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Digital page images are linked to the text file. = i L 1vJ f 0 UlyI TIiE HAZEL uREENHERAtlo Y J I = T Established March 4 1885 Mado Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll 4i rf FIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 23 1809 NUMBER 25 tl11f i Owner CInorTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 layPER in TEAR Advntic 1 l jj alien fttHtitji How William Brown Became the Victim of Five Fellows Who Looked Like Him of thirty nnd still At tho ago William Brown madon unmnrncu western stnto Up to thu visit to a ho loft homo ho had loorb- eH1 daf out of tho state of Vermont adventures began in Chicago Hs sitting in the olHco Of ft lie was man on hotel when a grimfnced to him and tend and walked up bcgnnYou infernal scoundrel but I feel like killing you whoro you ltiVhat do you menn asked Mr Brown in great astonishment Why you miserable apology dare ask thatfor a man how you shouted tho strangerquestion If you think you have got safely out of that affair you are mis taken Ill hnvo revenge on you if I have to live a thousand years to- do it l time before Wm It was a long Brown could got at the bottom of things Then ho discovered that to be Henrysupposedhe wa Williams who had boen hanging about a curtain village fifty miles away for several months and who had become engaged to the yillngo belle borrowed moneyright himself to bo a loft and proved bnd man in man directions The man who was talking to Brow was tho girls father and ho had boon looking Chicago over for a week before the Vormontors arrival The first thing of course was a prompt denial 1ho next thing was for Brown to provo his identity M rt himself told mo it because noces Bar for him to visit tho village to completely establish his innocence it seem fifty difStrnngo Jia nmy i ferent people readily identified him nd Williams but tho girl was in doubt from the first and finally declared sho had never seen him beforo Ho was of the age height and build of Williams He had the snore voice and gait Ho him self told afterward that he no soon or arrived at tho village than he folt at home and tho streets and houses had a familiar look When Brown had established his- identity all agreed that it was a wonderful thing and so ho thought himself Ho wont his way con soling himself with tho thought that not more titan one man in the world could look near enough like him to bo a twin brother but three days later he found that ho was mistaken He was in Evansville to sea u curtain partytuul was talking business in ono man s office when he was arrested on a warrant made out in tho name of Richard lloo and which charged him with passing some counterfeit money on a livery stable man two months bo fore Ho lay in jail two or three days and then his case came up for examination Tho hotolkeopor a girl in the dining room a hostler tho livery man and a dozen other people identified him as a Chicago drummer who had hired a rig about sixty days before to drive to a town olT tho railroad and had paid the bill with bad money Brown was in a fair way to bo convicted when a dentist saved him It was remembered that tho drum mer had hnd a tooth pulled before ho started on tho drive The den tist had also found two or three others which needed fillinc lire minute ho looked into Browns mouth he declared that lu could rtt IIK tin man Browns third adventure was more funny than serious A dnyI or two after leaving Evansvillo and as ho was riding in a passenger the traincoach a woman boarded at a station and camp along down tho aislo and greeted him with U WellI well Mr Jackson but who would havo thought of seeing t you hero 1 Hows Nancy and tho children When is she coming up j to 800 us all I beg your pardon said the j traveler but havent you made a mistake A mistake in what Havo you got so stuck up that you dont want to speak to an old schoolmate I heard you had some money loft you but 1 didnt think you forgot your frionds on that ac countMadam my name is not Jack son but Brown and I never saw you before What 1 WhatI she cried nit she turned on him Well did I over I You sit hero and tell mo that I dont know Toni Jackson as well as I do my own father 1 Have you gono crazy are you running away from Nancy what is it sit is as I told you madam I may look like Tom Jackson but 1 never saw or heard of him or you before It iis not ten days since 11 entered this state for tho first timeAnd you deny that you arc Tom Jackson I do- And I havent known you and Nancy for tho last fifteen years No maam WellI ninny never breathe ngnin if I over saw a man withsuch nerve I exclaimed the woman I know whats tho matter The money you got from your uncle has pulled you up till you have come to think Nancy aint good enough for you Ill just bet you havo sold out every thing on tho sly and are running away If you ore I hope Nancy will pursuo you to tho end of tho earth Tho minute I got homo I will write hor that I saw you and just how you acted 1 Two days later at Terro Haute Brown had just finished supper at tho hotel when an officer of the law clapped a hand on his should or and ho wont to the police sta tion as a prisoner There ho was confronted with tho name of Henry Thomas and was charged with trying to pass a worthless check on a local merchant He was identified by no less than six different persons and all his protostations wont for naught Ho would cer tainly have boon hold for examina tion but that tho real culprit was arrsted at a point fifty mules away and brought to Terro Haute When tho two men wore placed Side by sido they appeared to bo twin brothers In heighUnd weight theywore exact Their gait and tones were tho same They oven had tho same gestures whet speaking It might havo boon a quos tlelt who was innocent or guilty had not Thomas confessed to his misdeeds Browns fifth and last adventure before shaking the soilof tho Hoosier State oil his soles was the most serious ono of all Ho hnd spent n day and night at Lafayette when ho was arrested on a charge of attempted robbery and felonious assault It was claimed that ho was ono of tho trio who had as saulted a merchant in his store in a village six or eight miles distant The three men had entered tho storo in tho evening when tho merchant happened to ho alone and had knocked him down as tho first stop toward getting hold of his cash lIe had proved a tough nut however and had driven tho gang off in a battered condition William Brown exactly fitted tho description of ono of tho neon though the officers of tho law supposed him to bo a hundred miles awayHo was placed in lino with twelve other mon but Williams walked straight up to him and said You am tho man who entered the store first and asked tun to mange a 20 bill for you I should know you if I mot you in China You art making a serious mistake replied Brown I can prov that I was in Torre II auto the night were assaultedyou You are tho mantile man I II exclaimed tho merchant 3inco oaring your voico I would swear to you a hundred times over I Ono of tho villagers was about to enter tho storo as tho robbers fled Two of them ho did not see but tho third was described in a way to fit Brown Tho man was at land tumid ho also picked Brownout of tho lino and said This is tho man who was back ing out and trying to draw his pistolas I came up Ho stood fair in the light and Ill swear to him en all the Bibles in tho stato of IndianaBrown was Brown and no ono else but ho was almost ready to boliovo that ho had lost his iden tity sinco leaving homo Ho so cured a lawyer sent for witnesses at Torro Haute and no trouble was anticipated in clearing him at the preliminary examination hour good and reputable witnesses testi fied to his being in tho distant town all day and night of tho as sault but tho merchant and his witnesses were so positive that ho was tho man that he was bound over for trial When his trial crone on at tho higher court Brown bud ton witnesses from TorroIIauto and was lucky onough to find two mon who had left that place with him at certain hour anti boon his companions all tho way to Lafay etto Such was tho weight of ovi deuce in his favor that ho was acquitted by tho jury though thoy debated tho mattor for two hours beforo reaching a verdict When ho had been given his liberty tho merchant said to him It is possible that I am mis taken in this matter but I say to you as I have said before that I would stake my all that you are manA after Brown reached homo tho right man was caught and when tho merchant was called up to identify him he did so as promptly as on tho other occasion rind added Whats your name this time Brown or Black Your lawyer was a sharp ono to drum up all those witnesses but I think well land you this time Ho was not talking to Brown but to Browns double tho fifth ono turning up insido ofa mouth hut ho wouldnt admit his mis take oven when Brown wrote him from Vermont To this day ho believes that tho man he first picked out and who was acquitted was tho man who got ton years in prison when rearrested ill0 1 411w J IpSDiIYy 4I NJ ACre Judge JPecfc What Miss Catherine Mullens says of tho sowing machine we sold her Knows Whoro to Go for Dependable Bar gains EIAMTON MOKOAS Co Ky Oct 17P9 SKAKS UOKIIITK S Co Chicago III Kind Sirs The sewing machine that I bought from you taut spring came nil O K std gives pood natisractlnu I nm well pleased with it It does lovely work Iis ml mired by everyone who sees it There lit an ngenl telling tho New Model In this neigh borhood but I dont like it unit an well M the Ilurdlek Sewing Machine Yours very truly CATHKKIXK MCIIKNI Wo will send this same machine to any realer of Tin HKIIAJD who can examine it at the freight depot and if found satisfactory pay tho freight agent 1550 and freight charges No doubt Miss Catherine Mullens would bo willing to show her machine to any intending pur chnspr Wo will mail froo our Sowing Machine Catalogue to any reader of this paper on application In ordering machine or sending for catalogue cut out and return this notice SEARS ROEBUCK Coy Chicago Ill AlIInlojformer editions and this splendid rowdyPrintedmuch tinier paper its lOG pages are packed with invaluable informa tion on storms astronomy and meteorology It is illustrated with nearly 200 finest half tones and superbbookcents but it costs only 25o a copy and every subscriber to Rev Irl H Hicks now fatuous paper Word and Works at 100 a year rocoivos promituna recognized leader among tho best family and scientific journalp while nothing of its kind can com pare with tho Hicks Almanac Ono pricoforpublicationsand of necessity withdrawn his storm und weather forecasts from I generously nearly twonty years Word and Works Pub Co 2201 Locust St St LOUIH Mo I ONGVIJNTEF THE LVLNIN4S It I R INf Tf IJ alliCDIDtf f ERALD Coughed 25 Yoars I suffered for 25 years with cough und sport hundreds of dol lars with doctors and for medicine to no avail until I used Dr Bulls Pino Tor Honny This romody makes weak lungs strong It limit saved my lifeJ B HOSHKLL Grantsburg 111 A Laymans Thanksgiving IFor the truth that neither mon nor nations can live unto thom solves butt that slavingi gotten wisdom they must pass it on in order to got from it Iho greatest grain for tho recent proving to ourselves that wo havo boon ono hundred years in u crucible of testing to show whether fit or unfit to load others into fuller lifo and greater freedom j for all hearts that arc now solemnized to search within our national heart for wo ikncss and ovil to purge it and thou to go tho way of Thy bidding wo thank Three Thou Ruler of nations Weak Eyes Aro Made Strong dim vision mado clear styes re moved and granulated lids or soro oyofl of any kind speedily nod effec tually cured by tho use of Suther lands Eagle Eye Salve Its put up in tubs and sold on a guaran too by all good druggists For all our countrymen who at thoir various posts are doing their own tURks finding no oxcuso for themselves in tho neglects of others seeking no reason to lay down hoary burdens because of othors who boar lighter ones for all who understand that not tall are called to tho samo work but that each by doing his own woll makes for progressfrave vision enough to see thatno public task is so small as to be un important in its pffoct wo thank Theo Thou Distributor of burdens j For all the unnumbered thousands of our women who make thu a nation noteworthy for homes whoro progressiswho lay themselves upon an altar of sacrifice that to their children may ho given a bettor intellectual start than thoy themselves receiv realizethatadifforentneeds a different training for all wives who understand thoir hus bands and thus onjoy tho true gontlunetaimparted thank Thee Thou creator of sex THE KEllAM I CANCER MEDICALI I SURCICAL I HOSPITAL e J 01ERbiANEttheknifeUCIIIWNIOmoneytoOurMeillelilset orfiratclnsML All examinations froo Wo treat no patient outside tho hospital KFLLAIIIAaln HINTON W VA Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect Oot 21 1819 EAST BOUND No a No J STATIONS Dally ex 111ox I Miiiiilnv I Nnmlnv AMlvelMI Lvu pmAvoni pinWinchester pmIndianpmClaypmFilsonI pmDnndcuj pmNatl pmTorrentpmllcnttyvopmTulkKapmAtholpmJnckdonI W13ST BOUND No1 STATIONS Dully ex NoI SutiIffy Daily pmAtholI pinTnllcgnpmHimttvvepmTorrent tunNatpmDundeepmFllnoiiproStantonCloy City 8 42 ant 343 1n + Ids B 69 am 3 48 put JlIlIWIIchester 1 pmAvonphiLexington ManagerCHAS Rod River Valley Railway Coi TIME CARD jTtrTrain leaves McCnuney at 0 oclock ri Disconnecting with train at Itothwell for Mt HtiTling Itctiirnlntr leaves Ilothvrell atipro1 I JAMES MUIIl Gen Agt Jtothwdl Ky THE BEST Of 7KEM AL- L1L1PPINCOTT S w mberaXo eontlnntd titertn irhlrh are e0 tJctionaeie to tttott reoQere- It should be In every household Bafer Bcrlptlon 5300 per year Agents wanted In overy towntoivhMt oiJPHILAOCLPHI riW Now if you want to reap osledOti the political Is uof t campJiigDi subwribfi fqrTiiCHlHilffe i11 FJ Y J iJ V ti f j i ir rr r et t t r y1 1 1 J asy i fti j i c If 1 114fY I fYs s j g 7 tr f UI 4 I I t- I I a s I r I- iI i I i i If 1 J k I i iiii- iiI k iik i k t I 4i i Ek 4i i t d iI I j j Y 1 t A STRONG SWIMMElt From Him Dr Talmage Draws a Noble Lesson J TI r Aar Itealelptulnea of Itellgton for Thone Who HlrnB- Mlo AgalnM Adverse Cl- reatntnncr Copyright Louis Klopsch ISM In this discourse Dr Tnlmnge em ploys ti very tboldt l figure of the Hlhlc to bring out the helpfulness of religion for Mil those in nay kind of struggle Tin text In Isaiah 2311 He skull spread forth HU hands in the midst of I hlII11I11 he that bwimmcth sprcudetli forth hU hands In the summer season multitude of people wnde into the ponds and lakes nail rivers and sins to dive or float or vim In n world the must of which Ih water nil men and women khould learn to swim Some of you have learned Hie side stroke introduced by George Pew tees in 1H50 each stroke of that kind currying the swimmer of six feet and sort of you nutty use the over hiind stroke Invented by Gardener Use expert who by it won the 500 yard cham pionship In Manchester in 180 l tin HWlnuner by that stroke carrying his arum in the air for a snore lengthened reach nnd some of you may tread Ithe water us though you had been made to walk the sea but most of you usually take what in called the brast stroke placing Ithe hands with th bucks up ward about live Inches tinder the water the Inside of till wrists touching the breast then pushing the arms forward coincident with the stroke of the fret struck out to the greatest width possi tile mid you thus unconsciously illus trate the meaning of my text He shall tprcad forth Ills hands In the midst of them nil he that wlnuneh sprendeth forth his hands to swim The fisherman seeks out unfrequent ed nook Von stand todaynn the bank of a river in the broiling sun and Ming out youi line and catch nothing while an expert angler breaks through HIP jungle and goes by tilt shadow of the solitary rock and in n place where no llshcrman has been for ten yours throws out Iris line and comes home at night Ills face shining and his basket full 1 do not know why we ministers of the Gospel need always be iMiittp in till same stream and preachingl from the same texts that other people prcccli from I cannot understand the policy of mho minister who In lllnrkfrhtf London Kngland every week for in years prettehed from the Kplstlc to the Hebrews It is an exhilaration to me ivhen IIIIIIH ncrohH n theme which I feel no one else lias Ireulcdand day text is one of Unit loud There are paths in iodsI Word that are will beat en by Christian feet When nun WMII to quote Scripture they quote the old pmtMiRes Hint everyone has heard When they want n chapter recd Iby read a chapter that all the other peo isle hnvr been reading so I lint the church today is 1 ignorant of three fourths of the Mlble You go Into the Louvre at Paris you routine yourself to out corridor of that opulent gallery of paintings As yon conic out Jtulle friend says to you Ihilt yoimce thatt Kemhraudtv No Did you sir that Leuhcn No IDili you see that Titian No lid yoo- set that RaphaeluNn Well WIK your friend Ithen you did nut sir the Louvre Xow my friends I think we lire too much apt to confine ourselxes to one of the great corridors of Scrip ture truth and so much so that there is out one person out of a million who hiss ever noticed the all suggestive and putty erful picture in the words of my tevt The text represents God as a strung iwlmmcr striking out to pushdown in bpilty and save the souls of men He nhall spread forth His hands in the midst of them ns he that swiinmcth sprcadcth forth his hands to swim The figure Ilit bold and many sided Most of you know how to swim Some of you learned it In the city school where this art is taught some of you In boyhood in tin river near your fathers house some of you since you vainc to manhood or womanhood w pile inmmcringon the peach of the sea It n IIs good thing to Iknow how to swim not only for yourself but because you will niter awhile perhaps have to help oth trig J do not know any thing more stirring or sublime than to see some man like Norman McKenle leaping from the ship Madras into the sell to save Charles J under who had dropped front the royal 1 vnrd while trying to loosen the sail bringing him hack to the deck amid the uuryun of the passengers nail crew If n man lens not enthusiasm enough to cheer In such circumstances he de serve himself to drop into the sea nnd have no one help hint The Royal Hu mane soeletyof Knglnnd was estab lished In 1771 Its object to applaud and reward those who should pluck up lift from the deep Anyone who hits per formed such n deed of daring has all the particulars qf that bravery recorded in a public record and on his breast a piednl done In blue and gold nod bronze anchor and monogrnm and Inscription telling to future generations the bray of the man or woman who wived some one from drowning nut If it bitch worthy thing to said n body from the drI I uk you If it U of t a worth ier thing to save nil Immortal soul And I you nhnll see this hour the Son of God tep forth for this achievement He fchnll spread forth Ills hands In the midst of them ns he that IllI11me 111 sprcndeth forth his hands to swim In order to undcrstnnd the full force of this figure you need to realize thnt our race is in n sinking condition You sometimes hear people talking of whnt they consider the most beautiful words in our language One mnn says It IE home another man says It Is the word mother nnother Bays it is the word Jesus but I tell you the bitterest word in nil our language the most angry and baleful the word saturated with till most trouble the word that ac counts for nil the loathsomeness null the pang anti the outrage and the har rowing and that word Iis sin You spell It with three letters nnd yet those three letters describe the circumference and pierce the diameter of everything bad in the universe Sit Iis a sibilant word You cannot pronounce it with out gluing the sips of the flame or the hio the serpent Sin And then If you add three letters to that word it describes everyone of us by nature sinner 11ehnndnutrngxd theinwof God not ocenslonallyor now and Then but perpetually The Bible declares it llarkl It thunders two claps The heart is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked The soul that slnnclli it shall die What the Bible sues our own conscience nlllrms liter Judge Morgan hind sentenced Lady lane Urey to death his conscience troubled him so mush for the deed that he became insane and all through his IinsanityI 1 he kept saying Take her away from me Lady Jane reyI Take her away Lady Jane trey It was the voice of conscience Ard no man ever does anything wrong however greatIlIr small hilt lIHIIOChIIIchrllit that matter before him and at every step of his misbehavior it says Wrong wrong Sin Iis a leprofy sin is a par alysis sin Iis a consumption sin is pollution sin IK death Give it n fair chance and it will swa np you and me body mind and south forever In this world it only gives a fount intimation of its virulence You err a patient in the tlrst stages of typhoid1 fryer The check IIs somewhat Unshed the hands somewhat hot pereccded by a slight chill Why you say typhoid fever does not seem to be munch of a disease Hut wait until the patient hits been six 1lIlrgltIto lift his little linger and his intellect hour thru yon sir the full havoc of the disease Now sin in this world IIs an niltnent which Iis only in its first stages but let It get under full way lull It is nn all eonsunniug typhoid Oh if we could sec our unpardoncd sins ns God sees them our teeth would chatter and our knees would knock together null our respiration would be choked sad our heart would break If your sins are unforgivcii they are bearing down on you tied you are sinking inkliifI away from happiness sinking nwny from God sinking away from everything that is good and blessed Then whist do we wiiutV A swimmer n 1Illon swimmer a swift swimmer lad hlwsed be God in my text we have him announced He shall spread fords Ills hniiils in the midst of them as He that swimmcth stretelieth forth isis IiHtuU to swim You have noticed that when a swimmer goes to rescue anyone lie puts lilT his heavy apparel IHeI must not lime any such impediment about him if he is going i 1 do this great deed Anil widen Christ stcpid forth to save us III shook niT the sandai of Heaven mid Isis fret were free and then He stepped down into the wave of our ttnnsgrcssions ntrh it ensue over His wounded feet and It came nbovr the sPstub in His side aye it dashed to the lacerated temple the hlghwnter mark ot Isis anguish Then rising above the Hood He stretched forth His hands in the midst of them as he that swimmeth sprcadcth forth his hands to swim1 If you have ever wntehrd n swimmer you notice that his whole body is brought into play The arms are Hexed the hands drive the water bock the knees an nrtlve the brad Is thrmvn back to escape strangulation the whole body is in propulsion And when Christ sprang Into the deep to save us He threw His entire nature Intllltllllllll Godhead Ills omniscience Ills good ness Ills love Ills omnipotence head lien rt ryes hands feet We were fur out on the sin and so drip down in the waves and so far out front the shore that nothing short of an entire God could save us Christ leaped out for our res cur sayingI La I come to do thy will and nil the surges of human and ntanc hate brat against slit mind those who watched slim from till gates of Heaven feared He would po down under the WAn and instead of saving others would Himself perish but put ting Ills breast to the foam and shaking thr surf from His locks He came on 111111 on until He is now within the reach of everyone here eye omniscient heart Infinite trot omnipotent mighty to save even unto the uttermost Oh it was not half a God thnt tram pled down bellowing Genncsnret it was not n quarter of n God thnt mastered tie demons of Gndnrn It wns not two lhird of n God thnt lifted up1 Into the arms of ins overjoyed IunruII OfIfarel grandeur HU glory ills might Ills wb dom Ills omnipotence and Ills eternity into this one oct It took both hands of God to save us both feet Mow do I prove it On the cross were not both hnnds nailed 7 On the cross were not both feet spiked 1 Ills entire nature Involved In our redemption If you have lived much by the water you notice also that if anyone is going out to tlu rescue of the drowning he must be independent selfreliant able to go alone There may be a time when he must spring out to save one and he cannot get n lifeboat nail if he goes out nnd has not strength enough to bear himself up and bear another up he will sink nnd Instead of drugging one corpse out of the billows you will hive two to drag out When Christ sprang out into the sea to deliver us he hind no life buoy Isis Father did not Help Him Alone in the wine press alone in the pang alone in the darkness alone on the mountain alone in the sea Oh Iif He saves us He shall have nil the credit for there was none to help Xo our no wing no ladder When Nathaniel Lyon fell in the battle charge In front of his troops he had n whole army to cheer him When Mar shal Ney sprang lito tine contest and plunged in the spurs till the horses thinks spurted blood all France ap plauded him tail Jesus alone Of the people there wns none to hilp All forsook Him mind tied Oh it was not a tlotillu that Failed dun and saved ns It was not n cluster of gondolas that enlist over till wave It WIll one lIpllIdI lug out among us as a s mer sprcadcth forth his hands to swim 1 want to persuade you to lay hold of this strong swimmer No you say it is always disastrous for a drowning man to lay hold of n swimmer There is not a river or lake hut has a calamity resultant front the fact that when a strong swimmer went out to save a sink ing man the drowning man clutched Mini threw Ins arms around him pin ioned his anus anti they both went down together When you are saving1 a man in the water you do not want to come up by his face You want to come up by his back You do not want him to hold you while you take hold of him Hut blessed be God Jesus Christ is so strung a swimmer He comes not to our hatch limit to our face and He asks us to throw IIrllllllllllim till arms of our love and then promises to take ns to the peach and He will do It Jo not trust that plank of good works Do not trust that shivered spar of your own righteousness Christ only can give you safe transportation Turn your fact upon Him as the dyingI martyr till In olden times when lie cried out None but Christ None hat Christ Jesus has taken millions to the land and He iIn willing to take you there Oh whim hardness to thrust Him back whenI He lugs been swimming all the way from the throne of Goal where you are 1I0Iand is ready to swim mull till way back again taking your redeemed spirit 1 have sometimes thought whim a spectacle the ocean bed will present when in IhilSI day the water iis all drawn Sty It will Ibe a line of wrecks from hash to beach tiles is where the harpooners went down There is whir the line of battleships went down There is where the merchant turn went down There Iif where the steamers went down a long line at wrecks from beach to beach What A spectacle in the lust day when the wa ter Iis drawn otT Itut oh how much more solemn if we had an eye to see the spiritual wrecks and the places where they foundered You would Had thou sands along our roads and streets Christ came down in their awfulI catas trophe putting out for their souls spreading out Ills hands as swimmer yprcadMh forth his hands to swim hilt they thrust Him in the sore heart and they smote His fair cheek nail the storm and darkness swallowed theta up I ask you to lay hold of this Christ and lay hold of Him now Ton will sink without Him From horizon to horizon not one snit in sight only one strong swimmer with hind flung back and arms outspread I hear many saying Well I would like to be n Christian I am going to work to become n Christina MyI broth er you begin wrong When n man inI drowning mind n strong swimmer comes out to help him he says to hula Now be quiet Int your arm on my nrm or on my shoulder but dont struggle dont try to help yourself mind Ill take you ashore The more you struggle nnd the more you try to help yourself the more yiu impede me Now be quiet Bind Ill tithe you ashore When Christ the strong swimmer conies out to snva a soul the sinner says Thats right Ian glad to see Christ and I am going to help Him in the work of my redemp lout 1 am going to pray more and that wilt help slim 111111 I am going to weep extravagantly over my sins unit that wilt help Him No it will not Stop your tlomg Christ will do till or unite You cannot lilt nn ounce jVu cannot move nn inch in this mutter of your re demption Five Oldest Coltrar The thc oldest colleges in the United States nre Harvard 1 536 William an- dJiy 1003 Yale 1701 Vnivertity of Pennsylvania list Princeton 74G We dont know the name of the young I rh college nut cn college stands ninth in the tcnioruy list THE RATTLEBOX WEED It IlilnonouH Con tllnrnt I Un known Hut HmlilrB Itittli IlIlh Irnvri anil Seed The Latin nonce of this weed is Crotalarla sngittnlls It is popularly known us rattle ee11 and wild pea A government bulletin humus this to say of It It is a hairy annual three to eighteen inches high with simple un divided Naves one to two niches long ami small yellow pealike llowers ap pearing in July The seed polls are about an inch long when mature nnd sire nearly black Theyare much in tinted nod as the walls arc stiff and thin und very resonant they mike ex cellent miniature rattles when the seedy hun become detached from their fabUrtngs inside the pod The rattle HATTLKHOX PLANT A Vho Plant n Section of Scat Poi Moth OneThird Natural Size box iis native in low sandy soils from the Atlantic westward to Minnesota andIeastern Kansas It iis also found in New Mexico It Iis common in Con mctieut New JerseyI and North Car olina old in suite years iis very abun dant in bottom lauds along the valley of the Missouri in South Dakota and lows The poisonous constituent iis un known hut it resides both in the leaves lull In the seeds Ilursesrumd sometimes eattle are killed byemit ing grass mixed with the plant They nre tint poisoned so often by rating the plant in the lends 1iiblie atten tion was first called to the poisonous nature of the rnttlchox by Dr Stalker of Iowa who in lisa while investi gating the cause among houses in Iowa was led to believe that it was mostly if nut altogether attributable to thiIplant Kxpcrimcnts WIt monde pinned the supposition to be correct The percentage of rattlebox in meadow hay will be much reduced if the 1111l burned over when the seeds mature the preceding summer The growth of perennialI grasses will nut lie matcrialh nffccttd therebx DAIRY AND STOCK Twentyfive of the large breeds of mutton sheep mire hough for a lock More than this number together do not usually do well Merinos can lbe kept ill larger flocks The oxen and steers ors often sag lected at this season of IInl Hut it is an unwise policy to let thus get poor in some bushy lot initlioiiglit of just because they are nut in use When the pastures begin to fail it will be necessary to gie the cow some extra feed It will always be cheapest to supply with nn extra ration of green feed Sweet corn peas omits etc tier nil rod but sweet corn will us a rule give best satisfaction Never buy an animal of any kind un tit you know how to take care of it It Is altogethertoo common fur people to purchase animals of whose eare they know nothing the animalsiitTcrs from ill treatment wad dies nnd the new minus ter blames the person from whom it wns purchased and then begins to inquire ns to the rare it should have received Farm Journal Clirnp Shrltrr for Slirrp One of the advantages in keeping sheep is that they do not need an ex pensive building as a shelter A shed open on one side suits them as well us- a tight harm mind even better as they require considerable ventilation Hut it should be so arranged that bout rain and snow can be kept out of it fur the sheep should not get their fleece wet In cold weather It takes too long to get it dry again and the whole body gets chilled reducing vitality even if they do not take colds to set them cough ing nnd runnlngnt the nose Nor should water be allowed to run Into the shed from outside A sheep will not lie down in the mud or on wet straw Keep the inside of the shed dry nnd well littered with clean straw and the sheep will be healthy and thrive well even on mod erate feed American Cultivator HEAVY CORN FEaDING Tarnlpii Iampklna nail Damp fu Weed Should He Given In Coa nectlon with It There IK no economy in stinting the ration given to growing and fattening Alga The aim should always be to In- dose ns heavy teething ns possible Al ways much cure should be given to secure perfect digestion ns heavy feed ing sometimes causes trouble who the digestive organt niter green corn commences there Iis always u desire to hurry the pigs to market und corn is fed to the utmost limit It must be remembered tint the mai- dera quiekly developed pig U a noft creature as compared with his mice tor of 00 years ago that the four to six months old pig will not corn nnd ill gest it like the yearling or ISniontht old hogs of the post Something must be done to kccpup the appetite of this young thing A range over n grass sward will glee exercise if it Is clover sod that they run over they will get much to keep their systems III tone i Heavy feeding by some mil be thought to consist in having cure al ways by thins This is not correct at they will consume snore If fed at stated intervals and only fed enough to keep their appetites sharp When oncct tnrt ed to fatten the feeding should he heavy to the finish as n limited feed tug IK always attended with loss It will be found an advantage to give variety in feeding While corn Iis the main ration a good grass ration Iii a pumpkips us other succulent foods fail them Mangels they take to at once nnd while theyhelpis always acceptable if fed damp and 111 proper quantity We do not regard these things as a cutoff on the amount of corn fed but rather as an aid to heavy corn feeding and also nn old in prolonging the time corn may be fed without the hogs stall fug on it and getting entirely oil feed John M Jnmibou in American Culti valorTHE BEST PAYS BEST Knrmrr Ulio fitown Snmrllilmj lIt err tolitInrkrlTheI great ditllcnlty1 in making farms pay Iis that most farm crops cannot be assorted iota good better usual beatt They must be sold at so IlIurlII uni form prier that there is no money III it In stock growing and in fruit growing such wide differences in value cat be made that it is prihible to charge the very rich who always want the best whatever the best is worth moe and if it be not too easily produced tlian this So long as a man grows only for the universal market he must sell at priers which even the poorest can pay limit let him grow something better than inn be found in the market and be ran get enough higher priers to pay him double for all his extra trouble This is the secret of petting rich in mill kinds of business Money jis to be got from those who have iit could not froth those who have it not Does this forget the Kor Not at all The struggle to im prove quality is always changing its ground The best of one year is thus placed within the reach of mulln few years later and another best humus taken its place unlinme4yfrostsI pays most protit mind tint can be grown trust cheaply if the average of years is con sidered The lobar of spraying with insecticides I and with fungicides to make the fruit fair and the further labor of thinning it produces so much more fruit every year tint it can be sold with protit at rates within the reach of all The very rich will still pet the best and pay for it hurt the poorest will get more and better fruit titan theyerer beforeenjoyed Massachusetts IPlough man EXCELLENT PIG TROUGH Ired O ulblry DncrllirH Onr Thwt It Vcr Con veil lent Dnrnblr Mini Knny to MnUr The illustration shows n kind of trough for feeding pigs which is very convenient durable mind easy to make The cud Ixiards are long enough so that the pips cannot turn I he affair over and owing to the upright board running TllOrOH Jon FKKDINO PIOS lengthwise of the trough and dividiuglt- lute two parts they are also prevented from getting into it and fouling their food Strips four inches wide are nailed to the edges of the trough at requisite distances separating the trough into proper space for eneh pig nnd thus prevents crowding In order to avoid fight lug among the nnlmnls there should always be more spaces provided than there are pigs to feed Fred 0 Sibley iu Ohio Farmer J Gi J r I rYN 1T11 PTJR A LITTLE NONSENSE William D Lutt of leading Paw- elghll wn pounds- Preshlcltt MeKlulev tried smoking t pipe for wllile hut ll1 has returuvd tt rlcsirs There Iii 110 OIlC orlgillul m hilOIl girl rtl doen models In drawThr ictlmirea Ing hi I Sir VViuyss Held who lute just re tired from tht editorship tin Sprak cr Is n rabid hater of America detesting the nt paperi of the Inited Stutej above all things The pliVMelans en agctl at linsjiitah In SVriiwii Pities reeeivc from S I1500 tc S300U a year with permission to Zulu private patients as lortf as that duet not interfere with their hospital du tlrf The filly man In the world reporter to hi worth over 1000001000 is the Anjflieixed ierman Alfred Holt He snot yet 0 Iis well ednealed and made his fortune in diamonds during the pst 24 year- Dr t I1 Uonillev tIlt Connecticut state llbrarinn has in his pojMsston an jJil plaeard or dodger whleh vas ills trihuted tin does after the dint Ii ol Washington and tinnouuci1 a MM inorial MTvici in Hartford yHUMAN POODLES OF EUROPE ltauflr Ailiulrrr of 1VIr IM T ilfrnt- ril liy HiifclininlN Wlm Uu Not I Hit fo lit llnrcil 1ooille is the name given on yonder side of tIll water to wllrf Iis sometime hire tleerilied as the tame clot of an rstnhlMiitirni that jis the only reoi nixed admirer of the Imidy of the hon e whose lievotion to her IU tollrated alike Ity husband still by sot iety beeanse it Iii iiiuun to be lot rniIe s rind hut tunic It IK a eiistom which has been imported into lKnglaml frolll ihfciJiitltirnt where the niliiiirtT in question iaJiinun as the cavnliere scrvcntc rMd UI day iu rent Itrittiiu as everj where on the niaiiiai d of Kurope all women with any preteiuion ui fashion old to hO cietj hole their liiimnn poodles Poodles of tills kind seldom if ever figure iu the divorce ronrt The women regard them as nil very well to fetch and entry for theta to wt as their ort to uitertnin them to give their flowers etc hilt theywould nevei dream of compromising themselves fox the Mike of a poodle The poodle I it usually a singleI 1111111 with enough niiincy to enable him to live a life ol Idsurr Ills poodledom furnishes him with a nice house where he feels at home and where he can go without any formal invitation no mailer whither II- IIin in town or in the country Single mien get dreadfully tired of mens so eiity and tind great relief in that of a pretty brilliant witty woman Itcsides It is so very convenient for tin husband TIlt poodle saves him no cud of trouble acts tis his wifes escort eviT 0 here and strew a a sort of light nil conductor fur nil ill humors IIn fact inday poodlcdom has become such a rcrogiiied social institution in lHii rape that it is only the evilminded1 and tIlt people without any experience of the world who sec any harm III it Nothing Iis more amusing than to watch the attitude of the hiisbund to ward the wifes poodle His manner Iis rliaractcriid by a sort of mingled con desct nsion pnlronauc just a touch of contempt and a dash of gratitude Ills pride would be hurt were he to see the woman bearing his name without all those little attentions of whieh a fash ioaable onuin stands III need mind yet which he would consider a bore ii obliged himself to furnish them A woman snakes a mistake if she halos isa poodle whn Iis more brilliant or distingiiishtd than herhosbandund- Is I particularly blameworthy if she se leas one who is richer than the man whose name she hears It is only cases of this kind that exits talk No stones would have been east at Mrs Singleton the Violet rune of literature had hl not chosen as her poodle man such as lord Currle who Will so much more wealthy and brilliant than poor dull Insignificant Mr Singleton And in the some way the present duchcssof Devon shirt while still duchess of Manchester was tilt object of much slander owing 10 the circumstance that her preiix chevalier Lord Hartington Inn duke of Devonshire was so much more clever and well to do than tlc late duke of Manchester That the two ladles were entirely innocent of anyreal wrongdoing iis however shown by the fact that both tire frequent visitors of the queen at Windsor castle old thai while c ie namely the duchess if- cyunshirris the wife of a cabinet minister the other IIs Hritish amlmssa dress at Rome Xo one ever hears anythingof the IhlyomingduchvssofSutherlungl Ion of the young duches of RedfordI Jf the duchess of Portland of the marchioness of Jranby yet they nil lave their poodles only they have the lact and savolr famire to choose for the purpose men more insignificant in Very respect thnn their husbaiirs That IK why their names remain ig noredl by the general public although they are cifcourse snttieientlysillI known to society Itself to rentier it n brfncli of good ma inuvs to ii itr a great lady to any enicrtalumeni with aut at the slime tine asking her poodle 1Vualllntitou fort PLEA FOR THE CODFISH A Chief Oook MJB TbU rut u Not Appreciated at II neal Worth If codfish cost n dollar a pound said the chef It would be muTt unlrer sally beloved 1 tell you It in the bent dinner fish known I have tried time whlteflsh nil over the world but tutu codfish in kingof them nil and Is not appreciated at iris real worth Cook him in nay way you like and lie ID dp Uciotis ieni tin dried codfish picked 1IlIIIU1Itl in cream for breakfast is a fine dish Put hits in a hog sew him up tightly and let him hull or bake him carefully 11lit tiffed unit he is deliciousLet tell you that when you stakeI fishcakes you should not drown out the fish with potato Put UK little potato possiIle they run be made wrap then in a luau ket of eggs ulltltIn not be sparing of the egg You can make a tasty dihh of codfish rakes if you will follow my ad vice verydrtnoentUcpatron who pays me a large sola ry Is ns democratic ns ht used to I hr III his younger dayn When he sends down to me an under for liali tikes for the next mornings UronkfnM he soya he wants McKchutts Hull cake with egg That is the order and he U thlnkitugof his younger life when as ho once told mo in a basement on lirondwny he imed to get the thicjit butler coke ami fish rakes htr tnntcil exeepting yours chef he adds always lmt I know that dimes in those days wore as thou sanddollar bills to him now ami his uppncollw SHEEP FOUND IN AiASKAI Ilrali Siilil to lr Ilii 1111 ILllrlouo- f tlf All AVIIil Cninp and III XJueli iiiiiilit Ijr foulltrspeiitnen mnuntiogwhile I ever been ntuainrdays a writer In Outing This species named alb dtilli I by Pint hill ill lter from its cousin jI the Kotky UHMintniii big linen ovlh iiiontannI in color ovls loon tnnn being a dull brown in midsummer changing to a grnylsli drab in winter with n light nthyiolored patch over the rump all the jvrar while the ovin drill IK snow whfrr at nil seasons In fart there is not a colored hair on any part of its holy He IIs not quite till Hockily built as theII big horn yet more trim and shapely Two of my specimen steal JI iiielieN ut the shoulder Ills limbh ore rant quite M heavy amid his horns will not average ns lurge nt the biue ultliougli quite as long The horns of my Inrgcit pelmou of IW7 miitturrd 4li Inehcst I in length and rM imhis in eireumfer iiiee at the hUMP The flesh is the most delicious of nil wild game In the summer this sheep liven chiefly nn the rich succulent t growth of the nuplenluni Mptentriou nIl which grnu iu Ithe creices of tilt rook oil for sunny slopes of this niggiil i ratine This beautiful animal must en i d 11 re great hnrdtliips tobiirii t ue win ryes of hU Icy DrthIjusticetoIon Cult jrltIUIItitNllldli Ior the fittt year of his murrifd lift he rime to iliniipr IIi evemnj clothes Vhal fines he do now Now he comet to Vreiik fast la thtIIIllIck When you come across A man who iIs un easy if tic owes n iiina n dollar you route across a pretty gaud sort of a riltzrn even if he does nut belong to your church or vulc your Uckct Advance Fanner The Average woman seldom carrif a hand kerchief Thil iis particularly noticeable at the theater during the jiathclic parts of the play At a recent performance five women wept upon one handkerchief Atchison Ulobc rtuMjr= nevercan tell anything ahoul the weather At the tithe of the flood nighitsDuddy1ea weather hiireau in existence at that time it would have prophesied fair wtOllthrrior lit least clearing every Transcript A Patiifaetion What are you JtoinFto do for ainuAenipfit toiUv 1 tbjpkan swered the hero that Ill go to a dime mu scum and see the annleM phenomenon I diilnt know you were interested in curi ositie of that kind I WUIIt formerly Hut it will he n great ati factioa to meet oIII e both who Im dead sure iint going to shake hands with Iue11aellingtou Sta- rloratedIapa said the ministers little son I thought you told me the other day that I must never say cant became there 1M no such word 1es the good- man npliedl I raid M and 1 repeat it- Iii the bright lexicon that youth reserves for glorious manhood there n no lIch word at cant Well little Willie returned mciihy it miehlnt he in the bright lexicon but when 1 was playing with Eddie Wet wood today I heard hisi papa say you wer full of itChicago Time Herald RATTLESNAKE EATER A Cirorjfla Negro Who Captnrra and bells the ItpptllCH Sometime Ilakra n Ileal of Thcuu Moses Henderson IK a sable ion of Africa und lives two mills from Amen cut in u rocky field where rcttlcMuikrs ore moot plentiful says the Savannah cupji j IIs the truth strange UII It many em- I One day lately he killed a large one I with 11 rattles on it This was n fut snake told Moses cite it The other day he brought n very large snrkc to the city trying to soil its hide There were l 3 rattles on it rho snake was very Pour nod Mosest said it would not do toI cat trail lie stuffed its hide stud sold it for B good price IEvery year Moses I makes a good deal of money selling snnke oil He says right down the I crtebrar of n rattlesnake Is a fatty streakofl flesh that makes an oil when fried that witlIrt nay mac or rheu matism It is strange to how many people ht sells this rheumatic makeI oil lie has a long list of certificates from people he limit cured Some of them art from intelligent whites who declare that the oil hits cured them when filii other remedies have failed He sells a vial of the oil for title dollar and guar antees n IdMtirg curl Moses wiyw his father was nn African voodoo doctor and taught him how to euro nil aches unit pains with snake till The negroes of Siimter county ve orate and fear him nil a mysterious doc tor who can cure M IOII nil flair fails tend look upon his sushi oil UK some thing eiichnnted THE INDIAN TERRITORY A UIurl 1Ynnlnn 5uaRrt flint A hen It llrcnuirit n Slnlf It Slinll He Polled Irffrrmou ir IJolMrt H Trucff Cllntnn ifo writes to the St Louis Republic sug jesting that when the Indian territory shall become n state it be admitted to the union under the name of Jefferson She says I hays made time suggestion to sev- ern prominent cltlens of the terri tory in my recent rip through that im portant section and theyliew the pro posed nnme of leffersou with enthu siasm They think it would be acceptable to the entire territory time to lion or the memory of Thonuih Jefferson under whose direction the Louisiana purchase was made Jctfersons nnme IIM forever associated with the lilMory of till eenlrnlstate Since the purchase of the original tirrtoryoft Iouisinna In 1501 many states have liven formed numbers of I which Imve been named for Individual who hae achieved greatness No state has been named in honor of Jefferson i who opened and closed tht negotiations for the purchase The only remaining portion of the puichakc In the union IIis the mrt known tis the Indian tcrri tory Progress will demand that n stntc be formed of tilt ItrrltolII The only opxtt unity honoring Jefferson by naming a punt of the orlg j hint purchavc for him Is In naming IIIi dian territory JefTemiii when It Is monde a state- ROCKING BEAUTIFIES WOMEN lore nn lint rlh SHciiIlM Arruunla fur Stir Njiiitiirlr of Amer ican Until The rovking chair according to un InglUh sclenti t over here for the purpose of writing a ln ok of travels de serves even n higher place in Amen can esteem than it now holdh for it it responsible tide eagleeyed observer clnliuji fur one of Uie greatest beau ties of the American women the beauty of her lower limbs taxi the Philadel phia Kreord If you will tliiuk he said at a dinner party the other right nt Atlantic City IIf you will thinkof the exercise one gets on u rocldug chair you will see that 1 am right How moony times on thee broad wind blown plazjA dork u young woman rock herself In her chair In tie course of a morning l In fancy It would take a calculating barber to tell you that At any rate the exercise she gets is excellent nnd ample That push which the toes givesI to keep the chair ill mo tion repented and repented nuiken the instep high the calf round and fuU and it keeps mUliuprning flesh off the ankle keeping the ankle delicate and tender Such delicate aukle under ouch robust calve made me fear when I first came down and saw your women in their bathing dresses that the pneu matic stocking so popular iu my own land had gotten a foothold here I am convinced now that it U not MO A harem Car Central Asian railroad managrn try to meet the desires of their public A harem car with latticed windows bU- llMn constructed for the emir of Bok harm y The Near Torpedo torpedooperatedwhich enables it to explode at will beneath mannerliostettea5tomacll autlererPromplaint takes the hitters he is sure of one thing sooner or later and that in cure Sec that a private Revenue Stamp coven the neck of the bottle belt thutoHe I know r propose to a girl IIeant pet1 SbeDo your He mindTownTopics Do Your fret elip timid tlnrnf Shake into your shoes Allen VKootKose a powder for the feet It makes tight or New Shoes feel Basy Cure Cum Hun ions Swollen Hoi Callous Sore and Swcalini Feet1I1 DriiRgisls amid Shoe Stores sell it 2V Sauiitle sent KHKK Ad drew Allen S Olmsicd U Hoy N Y lanesTI1e fortune teller suit Miss El deny was to he married soon lintarowhom l1111111tlollt know The poor girl was to happy ulio forjol to akIark Tlir llent Prmorltillitn fur Chlllii and Fcvor IIH a bottle of OIIOVKN T STKiiy s IuiiiToNir It H 111111111111111111 ci ulnlnc In atatolcssfonn No euro no pay Prlccfj T tell you what you ought to do a man said to Drake Walton lodii Thats noth ing Mr WalMui replied I know SO thiiipt I ought to do tllliliull Globe To ttirp u Cotil In tine Dnjr rake luixatlvo Mroiao Qulalno Tiiblctn AH druggistArefund IIIOUClflt toeuro5c 4 Tommy TnmpkintT bet nl pun kin lilkOllr kitten11ilhie IVilkina11cll- I bet if he does hell vih he hadnt when my kitty prows upOhio State Journal Do not allow dealers to sell you Summit thiiiK just IH good u Pulnaiii Fadeless Dyes Thi ie iil no kiicli a ihmg on tilt market Insist on having Iutuain Faiivle Dyes helpjnhtheithey cant lielp themiiaelvel + nolticll Days We have not urea willimil Ilmn Cure for iiiixuiiiptHHi for JO yeais Lizzie Petrel Lump St Hiirtikbuig Pa May 4 01 Man has hit willhut MCIIUK hA her way 011 Holme llnlli Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally Pock i5c An Excellent Combination I i nlcasnnt method tend beneficial elfectB ote well known remedy Sviifi or FICIM rMiifnetured by the CAtiroiiNiA Fin Svnti tt illustrato the value of obtaining the It jlaxa tin principles of plant known to oc 1IIMntlllJrthtmlntaste and acceptable to the system It is the one perfect strengthening laxa cITechtudlydispelling gently yet promptly and enabling ono to overcome habitual constipation per manently Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality told sub idneysliveror irritating them make it the ideal laxativeIn process of manufacturing figs ore used its they are pleasant to tho taste but the medicinal qualities of tho remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants by n method known to the CALIFORNIA Kio Svnui Co only In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid Imitations please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO BAN FRANCISCO CAt LOUISVILLE KY NEW TORK n Y For sale by all DrugiUUIrlce fOc per bottle lUUiH ol UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY Nrolrrecalpanddklnj lhlhyhumorUltlrkrnlna and making It I lkoiltII Iurlanti All Pare Kruptlont producing a hiifl Clear nraotlfnl Skin slid ompltllon Il rontatu nt IxaO Sulphur Cnlbtd or anything Inlurlcu An rUT great slier Lady r nra Mfi inaknSI CatlllIutlturnIIIIIMAx4vuii FTSPrmnnllyCured Ndatsornere allCt of lr Kline lineal Nertn llrturnr IMI trial batten and ttrilUfree DriL111A1JYIlddZiAreh1ibILn 1a T Al tter to Mrs PWhNf BfOII N Health to Mrs Archimbo TO flat MHklUX NO 4OH1 IllKTTXft DilLs IINKIIAM For two I years 1 felt tired anti so weak and dizzy i goiI ache nlUtho time and my food would I not digest and had such pains In tho 1 womb and troubled with Icucorrhcca and kidneys were affected U After birth of each child I grew weaker and hearing so much of the gout you had donn I wrote to you and have taken six bottles of Lydia K rinkhams Vegetable Compound ono box of Lozenges ono box of Liver Pills one package of Sanative Wash and today I tun feeling1 as well as I ever did When I getup in tho morning I feel art fresh as I did when a girl and cat and I sleep well and do all of my work If ever I feel weak again shall know where to get my strength I know yourmedicine cured tucMRS SAUNA AllCIlAJIIK CllAIUKUONT MASS The present Mrs Iinkhams experience in treating female ills IH unparalleled for years she worked sldo by I side with Mrs Lydia E Ilnkham and for somctlmo past has had solo charge I ofIas ninny as n women a year All women who suffer art invited to write to Mrs IMnkhnm at Lynn Mass for advice which will bo promptly given without chi- nrgoDYSPEPSIA i Ior six yearn I wn a vlrthtt oftlyn tieptilu in ItH worst form 1 cuuUI eel notluiii but milk toiiNt unit nt tlnirnmy stomach would not retain and llint t even that Last Marrli I began taking CASCAKKTS nail sinceI then 1 have uttadlly Ire lrnucrl until 1 am as well UII 1 ever nu In my life- DAVID II Mrniiiv Newark O CANDY CATHARTIC TMAOI MAMS ntwvrtno Ilcataot Ialntatilc Iolent Taste Cad IHi Uuutl Vera sicken Wpakfit or UIIICC lOc KcUv CURE CONSTIPATION llrlll Hmi p7 tlq MMlrtil J Twt tit un Tn BAG Hold atxt iinrnnlrnl l r 11 bitiU to VlK Tol arco W L DOUGLAS 3350 SHOESUNTOMADE Worth 14 10 50 compareoMin other make- slndarrd bjriivrr lOOOooo wearers ALL LEAIHEOS ALL STYLES Ills Gt5tlf kit M U Irlu a1 orbs nr HII Take no substitute rtalmril l i l r a grant lrtP t inakrr of It and 11 VII tea In Ilir world Yiiirdmlrr lMillMkrp lhrlnI nut aewIII nHnl you apalron trielni lirlrp Hulv Mud ul leather ills and width mdatu ur cap IDO uliiloRun II Prpc W L DOUGLAS SIIOE CO llrocktnn Mail ATTENTION I COMRADES are You Rudy to Attend tht 33d ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT G A RA- TPHILADELPHIA Septernbar 49 1899 ChEAP RATES VIA BIG FOUR ROUTE AND CONNECTIONS Ticket will IM on sale Ncplcmber 1 1 B sada IHttll uctd u return tearing Ilillailelphlii not later than Hvptemlwr 11 l8n with proviso thatupon deposit of llrkfltwltli JoullAaentIJJTChest outHt not earlier than Nept6nor later than Sept 9 nWandpsymentot a treat td cents per ticket ttlunof dloOIUn eitenilonof return limit lo leave Ililladelphla to and locludlnc September BOlb may bo secured For full lofurmatlon regarding ticket rate varlatiloroalei anil time of train call on agcnu liiu Kofii HofTK or addreti Uie undertljrned DRPPLUcuArCINCINNATI c None MO good hut It cost no tutu than the iKKircRU TC Nonlhlnallly uaUU trees wnwanlnrianoi ifU tanufartorerI w A N KK 1776 WJIEYxW1tJ- TI t3 TO ADVKKTinRKM please atala lhat yon saw the AdvcrUac Inept In thla paper TEETHINA Teething DRMOFFETTS Powders 1 A UTERsINK Reool BlshcDJOSep S Key pareyuurlELTIIbATaslblar traadfhlld wllh the kayplrst rev- suits Thefrrrtawniitnrtrrap Iral MdrertaliljTMareeathraclgrf lha uytkler I ever eeL Costs only 25 Cents Ask your Druggist for IL llafabl12Wu C J MOFFETT M Df St Louis Mo r I ITocure or money refunded by your merchant so why not try it Price BOc jeur F er i I 4- l i a ar 4- r s i r- N1 i t 4 rrt j I i f 1 t I r I I 1 H I r t r stI I I t r str f ttt t INi r Itr i h 3- Yy r r I PHE HERALD BfENOEB COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY November 28 1899 Tun lion Evan K Settle con grossman from the soveuth district died very suddenly of nervous pros tration nnd heart disease nt his homo in Owenton Kyon tlio 10th inst This is tho first timo in Governor Bradleys career that he has had occasion to provide fo tho election of a congressman Ho will issue u call as soon as a re aped ful timo has elapsed The law says ho shall publish procla mation in liou ofn writ of elec tion 20 days before tho day fixed upon Evan E Settle was horn in Franklin county December 1 lSiSand was tho son of William II Settle While ho was quite young his parents removed to Louisville in order that ho and tho other children might bo given the bone fit of hotter educational facilities He graduated from the high school in Louisville in tho class of 18011 nnd soon after chose the profession of law an avocation for which i may be truly said that he wus born He was admitted to the bar at Owen ton whore ho located at tho nge of 19 bya special net of the legislature Ho was first elected to office in 187S defeating J W Perry for tho office of county at tome of Owen county At tho expiration of four years he was re jected by a handsome majority In 1884 ho was elected to thy legis lature Ho went hack homo with n clean record mime was tent back to tho legislature in ISiO When the country was in the midst of one of the greatest political revo lutions in its history whon the money issuoi was paramount in 1S90 Evan Settle became a candi date for the Democratic nomina tion for aongresa Ho allied himself withchampions of free silver nnd bfoame one of its strongest advocates not only in Kentucky hut in the union He was roolect ed to congress in 1898 nailo course would have been a menmbo- of tho incoming congress WHO will lix tho succossor to Hon Evan It Settlel in congress from the seventh district is now tho absorbing question with polio thanes throughout th state and many prominent men have already betn mentioned Among the load ing Democrats who have boon tip 101as probnblo starters in tho raco are Col John IL Allen and Judgo James H Mulligan of Lox ingtonoitherofwhonlwould prove n worthy successor to tho lamont od Evan E Settle nnd wo hopo reIclhoI IOgisln1tnfoI eminently qualified for any posi tion within tho gift of the pooplo no matter how exalted said posi tion might bo nnd in either of them tho Ashland district i wouldII have A representative in 1 tional council thnt would bo tho i prodocossors1llutI others equally as well nftII Lexington being our old homo we- favor the election ofa man from i that place but we do so without disparagement of others j ONE of the causes contributing to tho result of tho Democratic victory in Maryland was tho perse cution of Admiral Schey by tho Navy Department Being Schloys native state it was but natural that his friends should take special notice of tho scandal limo Presi dent was warned on this point several months ago and thoso who gave him tho warning wore prom inent Republican friends of Schley who were in position to know whereof they spoko To tho Friends and Patrons of Hazel Green Academy Wo are glad to announce that it Booms wo havo passed through the lire only for a brighter day Wo have arrangements for taking care of all boarders who will enroll in our Academy during the present session whore wo will furnish good comfortable rooms null good wholesome table board at tho same price two dollars 1per weekas at tho Academy Home To bo able to do this wo must andrbonnljertfind lodging in tho Bethany Lodge and tho buildings secured byour Board Our young women will occupy a building separated from Uw buildings occupied by tho young men thus doing that which we have desired for some time Our teachers will have personallcharge over all boarders and the same rules and regulations will bo ob served as in the former Academy Home Every effort will be put forth to mako the current session the best of any in the history our Academy and the friends ufI of school dopatrons tho can very much towards making this true Wont you speak to others and toll Academytfuture is brighter than tho past over was and that wo can accom modate and feed anti house all who will come this year though hund reds may apply These arrangements are for tho present session as wo will rebuild in tho spring and summer Our plans will ho made known from limo to timo ns they are developed and matured Hemomber board including everything is furnished for only two dollars week tuition costs only two dollars a month matriculation feo is only ono dol lar for tho term The next term of this session will begin on Monday January 1st WOO Duriug that turn classes in nil the regular courses will ho sustained and a special drillclass for teachers will be curried on Thankfully WM H Conn Principal hazel Green Nov 23 H G A Time Colored School Closing The entertainment at the close of tho Daysboro colored school on Friday afternoon llast was quite n success and reflected honor upon Therprogram consisted of singing reel tations dialogues etc and all who touk part acquittedl themselves admirably Among those who had prominent ports were among the young ladies Misses1 Gertie and Lutie Higginn Susie Ewing Rosa Lou Steelel Myrtlel Franklin Hurl others who +e named we failed to- get The Young men vereJesse and George Ewing Harry let to11 Morton lliggins Curtis Higgitis IElvin Higgms and Arthur Higgins Indeed ovary ono of the scholars had souse part and their inIstructoryoung i shoot Imo school building where tho entertainment was held was filled to iU utmost capacity and tho audience included very ninny of tho white citizens of Dnysboro and vicinity while there was quito n contingent from this commu I nity The best of order prevailed throughout tho rendering of tho colIorfdProf Austin tho teacher to whom i tho crodit is duo It ia generally 11Inext session From what wo can loam of his methods and tho de portment of tho man himself wo believe troll trustees would net wisely in securing him iRoud TUB HERALD for tho news IM SO TIltED Im so tired I cnunot write A siiirjile song this very night IIFCMHM my fueling aro nut right Im tired 0 to tired- I am se tired I cannot brine My wandering route back on the wing Of fancy uhsro I used to sing Im Ural 0so tired- I eta K tired Im in the plnoni No more for we the muses bloom And cannot rhyme Im out of tune Im tlrxd 0se tired I MH M tired tired of this life Of all IU warring scenes anti strife Which In the last were fraught with rife Im tired 0 so tired I ntn so tiredn saddened tone Ceraes from my heart 0 hear its moan IM tired ofliving all ulone Im tired 0 so IlretliSAM WILSON The colored work in Higgle Berry Book is an immense aid to berry growers It shows tho leading berries truo to size shape and col or They were first carefully paint ed by an experienced artist and then reproduced by lithography at n cost of over ono thou and dol lars Aside from tho color work thoro are scores of roproductions made directly from photographs of berries so that tho reader may have an accurate idea of them See publishers announcement in another column The price is 50 scents freo by mail i address tho publishers Wilmer Atkinson Co I Philadelphia DO YOU WANT IT ALMOST FREE f lIne IIuslraleaKoIuokia 1I IIt Iin superbly illustrated monthly the sire of Harpers Weekly devoted exclus ively to the Historical Industrial Social and Sentimental Side of Kentucky It iii unblMied at Koulnville by Yeuowine A Lipkcomb at ilOO u year Iou haven t seen it send for free sample copies We will club it with T Ill HAZEL GKEEX HKUALD for a tritle more than the price of your home paper If you will renew or send us n cash subscription 1 60 we will send you this paper and the IUltTUATtm KtiTrt U- I both postpaid for one yens Address SlKXCKIt COOlKK- IluielI irecn Ky CHAS W BUCHANAN PRACTICAL I 0jfifPrompt attention given to repairing of all kinds and satis faction guaranteed i respectfullyappreciated t tOrders taken for Ladies I FootwearIr fi Shop at Old Racket store room Hazel Green K- yCOHNAUGHT2D35f2 TKio t I 1irntd Ktrlish Ili kiKV slaIGt- nintpnrtIIl till Inititi Stiiis on iuie t Ivi Hiil funky the ciioil of IatI tin IIJlc f Jhii II Pirratt Ht Iliuel drtiu Ky ftt tttr extnnifly 1 low prirr bltvtlalboat considered ofI SSG TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or 85 To Insure A Hara In FoalImoney due when the net is eitlft r cat A leis on the colt tained for the ktUMHi money and in event the tune is traded ofl or bred to another hors the motley will then bo due accidentsioccurDESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE CONNAUU11T 2X11 3512 is a WauUful bay full 14 lauds high black mane find tail Oral style and action find11 fine roadster 9 yews old this string lie was 11t by Victor of lleollvI 157 dam Bonnie IMS by Highflyer 1006 Victor of Heetley Ifts brI Iteliance for graml dam by oiigrcts Ire HilIttaj the thorou hhrf1Rlilt coachhorsebat quoteBreedenand examine his pedigree at mr stables Krspeoifully HIMKKATT ROSEDI rs Eiol Ky rKrilESEX- TSSLIWGLUFF JOHNS 5 CO WHOLESALE BOOTS + AND + blIOESHopkins Place BALTIMORE MD Respectfully tollciti tI share of the trade ol mountain merchants x q WANTED 500 MENj Vho owe me on account to call and pay same I need the4 money l1alcan wait no longer Please do not ask for credit if you owe me on account for I can not and will not grant I you credit any longer I have fj A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE i a OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE and will not be umlcrsoled when I get the cash All taxes due me must also be paid now because to indulge you fur ther hurts us both llow many will respond to my call I shall wait and sec Doors open from 0 oclock a in to 0 pm w Respectfully c y H F PIERATT Greot CLOTHING Sale H At Louis Gus Straus LEXINGTON KY t Beautiful Cassimere Suits at 500 Beautiful Blue Suits G A R style at 500 Genuine Imported Blue Serge Suits at 1000 Best S5c Underwear in theWorld DepartmentisI in fit workmanship CM we defy the world Our stock of Boys and Childrens Clothing is complete representing the products of all the leading manufacturers of the United States We do not deal in Shoddy Goods Auction Sale Goods or Fire Sale Goods Our reputation for the past thirty years is a sufficient guarantee LOUIS 3 GUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers L u lAA NfI PSIInI essay JQHP3 M ROSE DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE rills wixk invites your attention to the finest line of lamps over brought pn11111diniugwill h sold ataway down prics- fWIn r tho grocery lim yuu will find the Inst in lh ntarkt m HEBRI MINE 1 A Ipositivei anti rennnwiil healh1 rIHEADACHE CURED FREE by sample mailed you if this paper is mentioned The more rlleelwillbepermamanently nldruggistsThe Dr Whitehall Meg Co OLI PAlKIW SOUTH Clear BEND nail INDII till olllco at SO cents c cc At LA Auj W 7 V Uv HAZEL GREE- NAGAOEMYp The fourteenth nnnual frs lion of Hazel Green Academy will begin on MONDAY dept titoreubhdisciplineI PrincipalIIazel 1o1IJ t 1 Jon lUIiTIiO 19 TOE 1 HERALD BEST nntl the cheat J r Ma 4 I I 4 I I I I i i I i r 4 11 k i t w t J 7 YI 0 == d r One iST- ttts the story When your Ikail aches and f une1rttclthoyouirstotnnchCsooofd out IWed and of no appttlte Just HOtjltl IFiKls S And take n dose from 1 to 1 plllj yvarther headache and biH ni rurP the 3 liver and inak1 Ji r I Isyy auiin d f25 cents Sold IJaU nKiliciiic dealers MVtV 12 w T1EAhD V A FARM JOURNAL Crew From now to Dec IOO3 0ieraNearly 5 Years By special arrangement mndo with the publishers of the FAHM JOURNAL wo aro enabled to olTer that paper to evory subscriber who pays for THE HERALD ono year ahead for only j 100 both papers for tho prico of ours only jour pa per one year and the FAHM Jouu NAL from now until December 1903 nearly 5 yoar = The FAHMt JOURNAL is an old established pa per enjoying great popularity one of the best and most useful farm papers published This olYnr should be accepted without delay Joj Millers clildren have tho scarlet fever J N Vaughn of Campton vap in our town Tuesday Miss Sallie McClure was in town shopping one day last week Roland Kash paid West Liberty a business call on Tuesday last Robt McLin returned home on Tuesday evening from Louisville John Tom Givedon of West Liberty was in town Wednesday John Crayons und wife returned from a visiti i to Clay City Monday Miss Lillie Williams was tho gust of MrsI Dora Swango last 1500 Regular services at tIlt Christian church on Sunday morning and evening Wilson tin poetpainter has just finished painting the Meth odist parsonage John Davidson of near Daysboro and Wick Landrum of Toliver are sick with typhoid fever Dr1 M Knsh was called to Quicksand to see old uncle Jim Williams who is in feeblo health ropn5ontingChildsl ling was n guest of tho Day House Wednesday MrsI Dora Swango the accomp lished teacher will be at her dusk at Consolation school room on Monday next Kso AT Davis have one of the finst buggies ever exhibited in this town or nt least the best mn terinl and it eau be bought cheap People Believe what they least nbinit Hrl Suixipurillu They know it iis an hunt imdiciiio and thut it cures dct IIoixls nml only Hoods Hoods Pills cure all liver ilia rc lievo contllimUun asUt digestion etC vw FvA1 LYOS tltLeadinj Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky Offices DC ittjrvillc and Jackson In the thortPlprnttmany sonio to call and pay dolt they owe hun on storo accounts niulun taxes and notifies all who do nut pay up that they eau no longer expect credit lie is just now in receipt ofn fresh stock of goods inI glasswareest stock over soon in tho moun isinvited hhrowagon plunder belonging to FrankThomas who is removing from Itothol in this county to Walnut Clruvt Mor San county Mr Thomas says ho waited long nnd patiently for a railroad to como to him but 1h ling i that tthey do not do so ho de termined to move to the railroad Rev K K Pike tho now min ister of the Methodist church South of the Hazel Green nnd West Liberty circuit will preach at this place on Sunday night at the usual hour He will preach at Ruse chapel 011 Sunday morning at 11 clock Ho has this week been engaged in a meeting at Goodwins chapel Bill Ollair taking it for grant ed that Gen Taylor is the gover nor olecc notwithstanding tho contest may have to bo settled by tho legislature or in tho courts celebrated his victory on Tuesday night last by firing anvilguns and singing that patriotic nilUMarch ing through Georgia lUimtnber the Bible Institute to be held in hazel Greon begin ning Wednesday evening tho 29th und continuing over Sunday De cember lard Every body should arrange to attend every lecture and sermon members of all clinches will be welcomed at every sevice Truly WM II CORD Be sure and rend our great offer of THE IlKitAU for n year and tho Farm Journal for the balance of 1809 and all of 1000 1901 1902 and 1905 nearly five years all for thf price of our paper alone Just walk up to till captains office and draw the greatest prize you over drew A strange bird came to the home of Sebron Walters a few days since and thosf hl hav sfii it are de sirous to know wht it is It is about tho size of an ordinary hen with green legs and along the foot on one tid is a webb njcnihlinu a scallop It has a long hill 111111 i quite tractions when handled Work along the lino of tho Ohio and Kentucky railroad from Klka tawa in Hroathitt to Walnut Grove in Morgan county There are hetwwn aOatJd 100 hands at work and tIlL fine weather for the past few weeks has Iboon quite favorable to the work Frank C ildiron had a flue brown mare saddlo and bridle to stray oil from Had D Hoes on Sunday night lat and would be thankful fur any information leading to lnr recovery LnterA3 wo go to press tee learn tho mare has bwn futind Miss Clora Mono aged about 10 who has been for some timo sunVr ing from consumption lied at 0 oclockon Tuesday night at tlx residence of JimJ skins on Lacy creek She WM the daughter of David Rose lIon W 0 11I ill wife and son Carl who hnve boon visiting relatives l and friends in PAris Ill returned home lust Thursday very much pleased with their trip Miss Lillie Kvans who has ben isitin ntoSpell cor iin Montgomery1 county Rod at other points below returned homo Tuesday evening Lots of pooplo would starve if they were to sit down and wait paitiently for tho return of tho brand they east upon the waters So b up and doing forItyoo purities the blood Take Hoods Sur Eaimrllla if you would BE WELL W W Sawyers representing Swnnn Abram Hat Company of Louisvillo was a guest of tho Day House Wednesday M rs W T Caskoy will please I accept the thanks of the editor and his bottor l for a mess of fine tturnips I I IoUtltIoyo cancer of any or u tumor or cancerous eoroof any kindwe earnestly appeal to thorn to visit tho Kollam cancer hospitalIlitttoninstitution is making are almost miraculous and thoso treated spook in tho highest terms of tho homelike treatment they received while there If you ate n sufierer from cancor or any similar atTc mnnugorfUltimonials from those who have been ttreated They have never faild to euro in a nor do they use tho knife Gov Atkinson of Wost Virginia and others who have taken the pains to inquire into nod examine the methods and results of this insti tution pronounce it ono of the sufleringhtunanIIty write for particulars Death of Capt W P Sample The announcement here on yesterday morning that Capt William Sample of Maytown had died the night boforo at 7 oclock was ro ciivod with profound sorrow for Capt Sample was liked by all who knew hint and the better the ac quaintance tho stronger tho affec tion Ho came to this section from Virginia several years ago since which he huts been engaged in farming and for a while kept an inn for tho accommodation of tho traveling public Ho was a prominent Mason and by that fra ternity will bo buried at 10 oclock today Besides his wile ho leaves several children among whom Mrs E B May and Mrs Raleigh ln1of Camargo Charlie who lives at Maytown Another son William lives in Now York and he also has a son in Kansas Capt Sample was a good citizon a devoted husband affectionate fath er faithful friend noble neighbor and above all a consistent Chris tian Peace to his ashes Harvey Cockerham of Campton was in town Wednesday I Itost No lath III it ton thUI wall I MRS S B KASH Fashionable Milliner L HAZEL GREEN KY BODE HARDWARE COMPANY WJIOLES- ATKKAEDWARB Q1d 0QrttEg CINCINNATI O Reference J Taylor Day Iltutl ir- vvnROSEfDAViS TIT3 BIacRsmJt s AND l1AJagofl1ftaKers Have no time to write an ad this week but desire to announce that they are still at the old stand and ready and willing at all times to do any work in their line for cash or prompt paying customersThose bt ed to the 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NEATLY AND and promptly dune nt this office = C GREENE EMBRY CO Live Stock Cmmni ion Merdliautz r tCINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS t Long Distance Telephone 7356 WALL SALES GUAUIfJQi i rjt j IfrIf f HI YY- k a 3q 9i 9r i i 4i i iti I II I 6J p 3 r i ra 4- r yr r t 0011 t of iic t r j J 1 4- t II I I JJ I r j ikt it i k ii iI i l E I a t or 3 E I IIii ij L I ffII i i iI 1 1I I f jj f I t r i I a j THE HERALD SPENCER GOFER Publisher HAZEL GEEEN s KY t LULLABY Klver tP yo hnld my little lady Ilyeah de win nblowln out o dos Don you kick ner projlck wld de corafotL- cKMn froiH bit yo little tofn Shut yo tyer an snuggle up to mnmmy 01 me bate yo bans I hotrm tight Don you be afeard ia meare to trlmble- Dm swoon ts I blown out de light Angela InI amlndln you my baby Kcepln oR le Had Man In de night What de ate o help ketrd o nufTln You don fink de daknom gwlne to bite What de irackln noun you hyeah erroun you Lawny t idle you tickle me to def Data de man what bring de from a palntlo- Ilctern on de winder Wid hit href Mammy oln nfcard you huh huh tnttln- Go way Mlitnh Kro you cant corn In Ilaby sin rrcelvln folk din vnlnReckon dnt youll have to call agln Curl yo little tort up io my poaium tJmpli but you a runnln1 one fu trueOo to aUep dr angels la awatchln An yo niiimniy rnlndin of you too Paul Laurence Durbar In Saturday Kvtfnlus Pout l tattutu auastas 31 Re= United If XTFft TTTTTTTTriiTTY 1T- 4F DR T1IK lands sake wenlleil out lira Druallla ilnddeu to her hUr lianil as he wiped his feet on H pleee iif carpet at thr kitchen dmir L thought youd never get In Guru who Gent me n letter Youd never think In a month of Htindays Its from Demh Ittand my Cousin Diyah iIn jgnvv a smile of interest mid rtilibud lily hiinds Well I nazi stow lid what tetra nlny gbt to say fur hintkrlf Hes eomlng to Ohio to visit Hell bo here next week hot do you IhlnkII of thnt- Ia pulled ofT his boots contentedly I I wont be hurry to tiN Davy We war In nohool together What nay lithe doing tIIII Doing well but his lvlfchtltnd lien dead two year or more I bet you a great dent pn hes on the warpath And to think Angellne Culvers lsIIIIIII around here just now and shes a wld dr Pa it looks like the plntlnh of Providence dont 111 Mrs Gladden smiled benignly on her husband and he on her They were in love with each other ami had men fur 20 years It truly does replied Ilfi It truly don Jest think how those two courted over three years wasnt it I holdIthe split wan all Angelincs folks wasnt 1 U 1 Thnt old man Porter never Htnycd nnywhere anti got n streak to move to Indiana Her ma wouldnt let her May here mid that made I levy prop erly maul They kep It up awhile writln then Devy went out farther west and rnarrtal hinihclf to a strange woman After awhile Anxellne gets nuirrted lIt we heura her pnrdnerH gone and shea a likely widou vUltin round lien we gets a letter Miyin Uevyft jwrtner has twit departed two yours an hes enmln vUltln Now dont thatat all How plain youve made It 1111tbeamed MrsI DruMlla IIt souniU like then story jnipers You ort to hove been u writer for one I often thought thud My aint it plum interesting Itdont want to miss none of it do you I How cnn we fix It 1Ila was so appreciative of tin wifes praise lie tilted back in the rocker and1 gave the matter solemn though- tII lkllntc we kit have all this to ourselves he began ef you kin IlIIhlI Out gainst mentlonin Devys colllillII Iruslllybutkin hold that news over prayer meetin and Sunday I tell you w hat he went I on excitedly we can just hive the whole think happen right here meetin tin nil if you dont ItIIIMix iladdens pleasant fare fell I I wonder If Itll be fair not to tell the rest of the folkhit begnn You see Dovyl be cNpeetlng a big welcome Asahcl Gladden rose upln his i1cIIDrdsllly I have jest set my heart on innnnln yondisappuhutchant UK this In All my mortal life I nlwnyH wanted to do nech dlreetln and monngln nntl dont you disappoint inc Wlntll folks say when they fir d we J held that news 1 naked ills wife much Impressed but giving up ns nsnal Theyll say youve come to years of in discretion though I dont wont to hurt ns eehlI gItingclhleltniitclear plntlnI Now hurry up dinner and writ Dovy a letter tellin him ht intiKt rotntf right bore an we wont take no for an niuwer Ill latch up the cut ter ah wfIl go over to town an engage Angellni fur the whole cndurln week Thr tVo were as excited ns chI Iren The hitter had to be strung enough to wilt Jin nntl was the labor of an hour for Mrs Gladden err It united him t Dinnor over they tucked tliRicsclves Into n green sleigh nnd drove over to Xew California Well fctojp on the way sold the A f mull anti roy man I feel so anxloue to get hold of Angcllnr- Oliyou do questioned the wife de murely Well IIH oar Mnrlndy de chart her pas youngern anyone Angellne Culver Angellne fort r that was was visiting at old Dr or mnns She nod Sissy Norman Tail ali wiiyh been Moss friends titer sauce out to the sleigh to speak to Mrs Chidden Shel was quite dressy nod had on a pink house sack trimmed with white lace She had tied n little white faselw Kr over her brown waves I was lowln to go over to Dennis Daodnas next week stet sold In her soft comfortable voice hut if you make a point of it I guys 1 1eau put them HIT- SIn iladden was so anxious that hi little feet danced up and down in the mow Oh we wnnt you real bud next week Angellne 1 We been wnitln an exI pectin Milt were set on It special Do say youll come I believe pall burst if you don t come Angellne snld his wife hegeta so set on anything Well I willInlld the widow I used to have rood times at your house when I was a girl I ncicrhavc forgotten them Pa went through An I X ltIhlItomime behind her And hell fetch you ou Sunday after noon went on Mr ilNilden If till MIOW dont stay mi hell fetch you in the buggy AfternnrdtIrslatitledvrlaridten1 hat spent the ImppIrM week of hin life irrttlng ready for that couple to IM re unite It never ruek his wurin and1I Innocent lieu rt that anything coultl go Htnlcft He piled up Kjieuliil wotni fur the ijmrlor lilt holered Hroiind the two tmlroonis he actually hull hs finger IIIt every pie rind rake baked He went to the t Hinge store alone once or twice Mild ufter the last visit wore nnairof tIn deepest mystery Mr1 iladden stood this until the hour of retiring Asrihel shut exclaimedI with n break in her lobe Afcahel you never tend a secret from me in rill your 1Itf did you Tit rosy man looked as guilty as If de tected in n crime He saw her kind eyes and ills wire quavered Never heron lie whispered hut Im eo a f rniil you cant hold this one i i I i j NOW HflUlV fP WNNKIl AND WltlTK IJKVY Sunday inlet in Im hound not to breathe it One dry sob brought him to terms It air he whispered tiptoeing over her it air that I telegraphed to llevy to git here on the Sunday after express Mrs iladdens attitude toward tire world on Sunday morning was the gus sip of the neighborhood for weeks Shy suddenly assumed an air of funereal dignity would concrt with no one stalked silently out after meeting and climbed Into the sleigh triumph antis Youve dour it whispered her bars bond delighted 1 didnt credit yon with it- After dinner the parlor fire wan III the table spread for company tell raid Pa iladden wrapped himself up to go for Angeline lit wits so happy his wifes heist trembled Pa slut 11111llnlll you set too start by illUrvnh may have rather intentions and Angeline may not iltlttn Dont you think II declare pn Angellne iris a hundred times prettier than stet war llevy air a tuna that settles it all Now do your pert Ive told you jest what to say to her Leave llevy to me Men understand men He brought Angellne and her valises buck in nn hour Mrs ilndden rejoiced her womanly beauty Slnldoltllllr tenderly nl1If she tend beet a young Irl when she helped her In Angelines beamed How nice youve made everything for 11111Idll cried It IIs liter a home coming Her face grew thoughtful It makes me think of old tltncoolll friends Well just settle down and make yourself nt home saiil pot coming IIIII have to be gout an hour or two You nnd nut tau have n good old talk labile litter he was stamping ott the fulling soon on the platform of the sta ion A tall bronzed man alighted from the express nail1 pa met him so eajjer he uliuont cri dI our him lit he J shook hands Alaii Alas All pas finesse aud Rtibtlc phrases were forgotten Tie wes as nervous as a woman Finally he reined in Dolly almost iu sight of the house levy he quavered I always felt no sorrowful hood you an +Ingeli a Porter lireakoffi You war so lanpp- tcIJctlltr w hen you was young Devy Ive got Angellne here She nit a wit cooltsee in a days travel It air the desire of my heart to bring you two together TIlt man beside him grew pole c11t gasped then he wrung the rnittened lintel Good Ma Madden came out to tIll flelgh She too tend forgotten Iher port She had been crying and hro down Please sense Angeline she saidI brokenlyshe is there iu the parlor Dont you want to go In Devah guess you neednt be afeard The tall man strode post her his on eyes misty The wtddlllcollllt left o the steps were not ashamed to kiss other with tearss and smiles The lumbian CHERRIES FOR A Clilenuo Trull Mcnlrr latthut9hr Are in Infnltllile Curt fur Tlint AfTvrllon One of the Chicago fruit jobber who by the way iis somewhat of o scientific turr of mind iis quit nn advocate of the UI of fruits for arioiiit ailments fles h Is heir to lie recommends chinks for rehuniMtUm On this aubjret lit adI VHiieed the following opinion in the ChiI Sign Chronicle of a recent llbsue I hun never known a person to fciif Ire from rheumatism who ate freely a cherries mind I know of hundred who have been relirved of nt tucks by eating them I have often hail cherries ordered two or three mouths before the seaton for them opened hereabouts and tiu supply tilt orders have hind to send to Cuba and to California for them The ordinary cherry contains iii acid which relieves If it dots not ef feetunlly cure Of course it may all be in the season anil1 the rheumatism would disappear anyhow hit it i ilia to say there iis no rheumatism during the cherry season I dont know ot any thing healthier though ryes the best tasting thoroughly ripe and perfect rherrles start up very fine eases of colic and cholera morbus which are very an noying The colored people ot the ninth think and it may be the frame belief exists elsewhere rind among oth ers as well that mill the crampof colic ii Is taken out of the cherry by eating it wallow ing stone and nilI ThatI unques tionably was the practice once lint in recett years fears of appendicitis mny iiaxe changed It somewhat though for the life of me I cannot understand why it Iis so dangerous now to swallow ap sUSUIty Ihtition California Ylneyardlst T o IliiytvrlKlita- Hithard Cumberland the playwright I ++ n extremely jealous of lilt young riuil Kichard Sheridan It is relater1 that he took his children to see one of the performances of The School for Scandal and when they screamed with delight their Irritable father pincher1 then say fag What are yon laugh lug at You should not laugh my angels there Iis nothing to laugh at adding in an undertone Keep stilll you little dunces When this xvas re ported to Sheridan he slid It xvas ungrateful of Cumberland to be ills pleased xvlth ills children for laughing lit my comedy for xx hen 1 went to MM leis tragedy I laughed from beginning to end To mli In n Cavern I On Phillips Fork creek in Iesrt county Ky Kphraim Helton an old1 soldier has dug his own grays In a cave 10 feet from the outer surface He did this by entering and cut Itug the vault In a rock Inside the cave He has meas urea It with hiown body and made It n perfect fit He huts cut IhisI own tomb stout xvlll build his own coflln anti buy his burial clothes so that no one may be put to nay trouble In burying him Chicago Journal A Itnrr tIi IhBzrur of Husisa lots given order to the Kkaterinburg quarries to pre pare a map of France on a large scale for the Paris exposition In this map the departments will be represented by different tints of jasper The rivers will be inlaid in platinum the lakes will be indicated by jewels from tilt Iral mines Hoides the map there will be exhibited pieces of gold repre senting I in scale till production of gold In the mines of the men rN Y World Itoi iillle + nail Ty Mvrltrr The queen of 1 England hRS a grent dislike to typcxxrlttcn communications and does not allow any documents that are supposed to emanate from the finreign to be sent out typewritten The tvarina on till other hand has taken a grtnt fancy to the typewriter and Is the owner of a machine with type Lars of gold and Ironic set xxith pearls An Inilnlceitt Tnllirr Papa pleaded Miss Frocks Svont you buy me an automobile No my Ion replied the inriulguit jwrent 111m saying rny mosey to buy you a European nobleman which Coates Llgher Town Topics THE HABIT OF PETULANCE III Health Anuwtrralile tor Sonic of It Hut It In 1rlnclpnll hue to Stlnhnt hunu11mtySI petulance I as enlist it IIs an exhibition of Hi temper based upon petty provocation but It Is n major Holt judged by the annoy ante It givesi Men arm themselves to aredhelpless sufferers from gnats rind mos qtiltocs They resent or receive with fortitude the assaults of bad temper freely exhibited but they ore aimot petulnncckIll health is no doubt answerable for cictirnIart excusedon that aeeountbut some of it IK due to utter selllnne4s and to 1ton much Indulgence Sonic people groxv up with an Idea that the world- n i JwltCt1o reinni arid feel perfectly grieved if It should1 happen to rain on a day they land ap oilierMquite natural impediment should uric lifeISuch people lire of yours petulant when they lire crossed In anynayy though theyI may be very agreeable as long IIH theyrnu have their desires gratified Their agreeable qualities coca fur them the Indulgence which helps to make them selfish and there fore petulant If the day is cxcessivc ly warm they do riot stop to that iit jis warm for other people ass we for themselves but complain about the xvealher grow exacting and if a- tfall eneoiiraged Inconvenience theiri friend or relatives that they may be rclicxcd of the common afillet iou They become ill tempered us till people are iinclined to be when rtrdcrcd uncorn fortable by weather conditions but li stead of bearing their ills with fortitude they exhibit their petulnnce and coins pct those about thrill to wait upon noel indulge them if a quarrel iis to be avoided 1Ictulnnec which has any otherorigin tocdevelop iron a habit It iU betty to resist it in the beginning however div igreeable the task tiny be than to en courage its growth noel Indulgence This is only another way of saying that one should not encourage the devclop merit of aa selfish rpirit in thoke whom one loves Keeping in mind till eviis of a selfish disposition of which petu lance iis a manifestation und that self ishness grows by indulgence one who is associated with a person at all in clued to consider his own pleasure be youth that of rill other people should he resisted when he make any encroach ment upon the rights of other His petulance should be firmly1 rebuked in stead of being encouraged by indul getter oral he should Ibe made to feel that he Is but one of a community in titled to nothing more or less than all the other members Ilis ctulnnee should be resisted not by a counter cx hibition of temper but with such firm ncs that will give notice that nothing is to be gained by bad humor The existence of a petulant humor implies the existence of counter indulgence on i the part of summit intimate who weakly yields to exhibitions of temper atiil tints encourages tilt development of a bud terabit While voiding petulance In ourselves therefore we should be quails on our guard against develop ing it in others by an execs of good nature The petulant maw or woman should not be indulged in his or her whims but be made to feel that petti lanceis selfirritatingand gains neither sympathy our reliefLaltinturetina- Copld 1Yrlla Cupids wells are little cylinders oi 11pr1with a spoonful each of whipped and tin cored separated cream a smallsied pot of this will do for the two dinners quite 111or you may w hip th white of an egg or so to a stiff froth with a little strawberry jam and pile this up in the nukes French lallllIkIIrccooked in saucers with the ordinary pancake hatter then spread with jam ami served piled one on top of tIll other If you work these out you will be aston ished to find how Incxpcnslxc these rNIII pes art and 1 Itull tell you from person experience I lust toast took very soon delight in thirst little dishes and take a pride in varying them Cincinnati CommercialI Tribune splee ItHlilltiK Mix one pint of stale breadcrumbs 0111 cupful of flour a cupful of brown ugar a tenspoonful of cinnamon half u united nutmeg and one pound of floe lychopped1 suet well together add the nlixonecupful carefullyprepared currants and half a pound of shredded citron flour them iagndicntsDissolve warm water add to It half a cupful of molasses add three eggs well beaten pour thiolr the dry material mix thoroughly park into a greased mold fivehoursLadles1 m Forgot Iltnrarl- rInlpl1yer1ou say that your habits arc nil correct Ipplicent1sirl pnuPtDoThmkslOODt I You Never Miss IiWater- I j Till the Well Runs Drys t JreafthuntilI and vigor Are wanting purify the strength blood J i by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla SOOn rto stored appetite perfect digestion I ubringing 1thcdecaJaba li i yA PHILANTHROPIST He 1Yni Cuing to Get Ulch and ael ti sj iyoethlntt to Cool tbe- Icullte Oil tPhGnena ratr1ntJ 11 thepolicdressed hmicclf illing1 r ItsallI i louthrcakrti6eelilI Wlut veie you threatening jut uotc aKlcmlyThlC4eiiii Yrs You said you were ante t do d1m1 Mcarat stia lv i injiloy nitlit andt t 0 my money Mud invest it juiliciouxK I CItrichHo end uf good r f u i ijin rtcitli ddrattand ColllIIt tndithr sndkt I Ilegeti t of philooihy and the nl iniitir ufi irt t Hut in the month of July 111111uI ns al a pLultiai i riminoWM have dLI i observed philoonhy and cicntr Lrii I Hy the tune I have gut rich then v hall tilt rnUcer rind libnme thai ftui+ be needot and I will cap the ti ii four eivilijution with n licinic tri ninth marine refrigerator in cadii tiv rit-hat when anylmly feels hit idcn ullnlldnoi11aahingtn HE SOON GOT WELL Landing vltli the HootJacU on the Lenders Vtixe Had u Ilcuc- llvlnl lilTcct It was k MM error The old min a In his bed and by hint tat the fail irni WI holdmu InI worn hand in hers and rrciiJ hack the tears to Bluet his wamderikw- ith a smile She rwke notch of rrrend of hope Hut lie fet the o d I Iji I falling on him and he turned lira waiv eye up te her pale wan face Jennie dear wife I iant going yet1el lii UtilI end IP near The svnrldri k about me There is n mitt around nil i eririR thicker and thicker arid th te through a cloud I hear the musk of u- sweet sill ad No no John dear that I int rg that the raps bund at the corner What viid the dying man iftthose eoundtfls larr I to come hirr o they know Im dying G ire Inc in jack Til let Vm sec Aad in u twerinc raise the oM1 r n jum fi fror liii bed anti before I i could think he had oiwiied the wind v I tired the hootjarkat the land1 Its hi that fat leader in the in And he went lack to bed and got t1 t Hits To Cnllfornla vln lilt lliliitiii Iloiite- Kverv Iriday night at 10oi p e a through Tiinrit Car lot San 10P i carrying 1i11 and cnnddif I pi to leuvis the I IIKIUO Milwnilkrr iV r I fnJtailwiy tnion IaieiifttT Station t i via nihn Colorado s nnm aixl t iL City I xtitli to over pnviUptu jt Niir IU lNevadaThe roiiii t Lir Itfrth rate from Cifij i i I thtrig1 a v dil trainThnnich m litinMilwaukee A St Paul lok or Cny Tik ftiiMiigoSend CfI1fohhrtml ldHII er Auen4 Chieaco I In Teelinlenl Terms A reporter fell on a slippery iwtwnt 1iv other day He did not tie unjiarluiix ntjrx language as sninr xvoulil have ilnm but I t hit lip rubhtd doxvn the hniisth and wMi a benevolent smile radiating his rnunu ranrp rrmaiVed- We dont thrrifh any ill will but fur n maiming iiuhns matter commend n the abut uar riot ice of the mom n boouhtt sweep this rIWIIIII tTltlIil 1triTaLook at your tongue l Ifitscoatcd yourliveroutoforder yourtongue easytoWont your m fuucllO or heard a iesutit i- brown rr fir II I ark Thrit use kaBUCn rr c Mxr a w Mws M rr w k- o n feBestta time Anal br drarglit o t A rL Ya i yOhdP w fr 1 i I I nHtMUUNt The Cause of Free Silver t JTHE STANDARD HOCUSPOCUS Close Hetwee Scarce MonT wad Low Price and More Money with lllBher Price Double standard is a misnomer So standard uionometaalso IS single Hum and bimetallism The word Mam btability hut in fed- oral and presupposes wont there is no stability Br the concurrence of the American gov rruntrnt bankers and importers wll11 jiMiiittimcs in the course of a month of two export many millions of dollars In gold or silver coins which are coineicI into legal tender money to provide for the general welfare of the people tlaua destroying the standard of value and a large consignment of gold frou the Klondike or Cripple Creels will in date prices making our standard ai unstable as the wind No man can re fute Hryans logical reasoning that iIf in iuilux of gold from the 1 Klondik will make titnet better for business wore mosey will make times still bet r Suppose that increase of our money is silver or greenback legal lender All the same it motet mor niuitey and bigger prices for labor and products and ifi we do not promise to redeem them in gold they will not hi prefintcd for redemption Take tin illvir dollar as example They are not presented for redemption Why He aiise there is no law for their redemp lion Yet theystand at par with gold money which the government so miieii idights to honor Let any man takeoff Ida politicalI eyeglasses anti look a C the question logically fH his interest Better subserved by the government promising to redeem hit silver monev or his greenback money or to make it a legal termer and compel cvryother man in our government to take it at tin ace value from him The truth is wt have no business with an international iifrecnienl on the ratio of weights in nir roles as they fire not coined awl made a legal tender in duly other coun try hut our own tin man wants to buy roods or pay a debt in Eur opt he hors not rind gold money or Sitter money r Paper money but hills of exehange ind one kind of money will buy as smelt exchange as another and the- psi of the metal in it eats no llguri1 in the transaction because the money he dlisI left in this country that ere Med M arid it was intended to serve the ppl iple here and should stay Ihcie It i much of an injustice to the iMiu rl welfare to export gold or sil ver ii 11 thus contracting our money tad TI Cueing prices of labor and prop rtv as it iIi to snlTer counterfeiters to ii fate prices without authority of oiiv The Oresham law cited by Mr l 111 is a kind of hnciiivpncii In finaii Ifcongrcsscnntrollcd money as it oiijM tu do there would bu no money worth more or worth less than another kind and no basis for the hnctispocn ircsham law Congress should male it tits same crime to melt or export our niiticy which it had prepared for our UK as to counterfeit it and make more The whole equation of money an lie relegated to two equivalent Maive money and low prices as per irolil standard for that 1 is the mess big of it J and more money with high er prices an per fm silver and legal tender paper for that I is the object rf that i Do you want higher or lower price Choose you which you will arid tote that way Mississippi Valley I ftnIK rat NOW ONE OF THEM Attltmlr nf nrll lr au n Member II- rIht Honor mill aa Secrelnrj- of die Treasury lohn O Carlisle when n member of the house of representativesI declared in a speech delivered in that body that the demonetization of silver was the most gigantic crime of this or any other age and that it wilt a greater calamity than war pestilence and atnine com hiiieij Such was the strong language of Mr Carlisle before lie was taken in and made secretary of the treasury for the specific purpose of fastening that gigantic crime upon the people of the United States The dcmomtiation of silver created a pretext for the talc of United States hnmiF it Was while a cast amount of silver was in the treasury in the form of bullion that Mr Carlisle and Mr Cleveland met I Pierpont Morgan anti the agent of the Rothschild in Wash 11I Rton at the dark hour of midnight and made a sale of bonds to them which Fielded a clear profit to the parties to 000unnThenonnt in the bargain How this enor mous swag was divided may never be nown outside of fhe parties to the iii ann lHut what lUll become of Cnrlisie Inv lead of returning to his hofiie in Cot- ngton Ky when his term of office liS- t retnry of the treasury expired he minted for Wall street New York and became the attorney of Morgan and other large moneychanjtrs ordr A MATTER OP COURSE Money Power o Inneer Carrie e It Work Secretly and by In trlizue and Ilrlbery At the recent convention of the Aine lean Hankers association in Clevelan O the following resolution was unut unously adopted earnnrii lynreommendethatlthe States malt orthrI elltabUhcountrbvalushallIivaluelltheohllatlonlnoteslofanatlonal ftIIreBIIUrhnll KolilcoinThere was a time when the Kotli child money powerl curried on its wor bribersItprogrest when it bribed Senior Sherman to secure by stealth and fraud the hellion etiation of silver in the fulled State and he carried out tilt will of his milS tern by employing the forces of false hood fraud and forgery If any ob jtct to the vigor or implicitness of these terms let him possess his soul iIn patience for a honk is now in pres that will contain till proof of each lit these several charges Hut the crime of enslaving the world to the uione power has advanced to a point whcr it can afford occasionally to act in the open to advance out of ambush am declare plainly what It means Am therefore we hae this resolution of tin Mankers aHSocialioncompo cd of ah jest slaves of nil money pUtrbolcllyI punished to the world It means that at appronchingsfR she it of congress the entireI iinflamer of the money power acting wider the commaml of Karon Kothschild will hi exerted to secure the enactment of the Infamous iagcMcClcary bill or some thing equally as bad It means thai another turn in the deathcrcu of the gold standard garrotc is to lie made that theI peoples moneysilver am greeirfiitcks is to hr destroyed and government bonds silistituted in id place as 11 basis fur additionalI issues mil national ban shinplastors by which means the people tail he forced to pat double Interest for till currency tint they ought to hate free Interest on the bonds and jut rest on the monej bottomed on the bond Uouble inter est concentrating tin lnglc Mandart gold haste money nil the more rllpllJy in till vaults of one futility This iii the Hot hlollhllel plan Meanwhile as a future protection against anticipated vigorous protest on the purl of the cheated rind debt enslaved populace an imperial army of 100010 roughs tend doqienidocs hay been organied ostensibly to subdue the Filipinos hut in fact for tin sup IIJI iou of liberty at home All sin gle standard advocates are monarch hats at heart and monarchy is the pill that is being capsuled for the Ameri can people to swallow in the not ills tint futin Jlnrli trill dvPndnn the action of congress Mississippi Valley DemocratI THOSE SILVER DOLLARS Why Only SOOOOOO of Them 14eH Coined In the nlteil Slnlri Irevloim lo IM7H Many people think that because there were hut rt000000 silver dollars coined In the United States previous to 1873 tvc were not upon a bimetallic stand ml The reason no more silver dol lars were coined in this tliited States was because till ratioof fifteen and one half to one prevailed at the French mitt which made silver worth 133 an ounce whereas our ratio of sixteen to one made it worth 129 an ounce Ihc holder of silver bullion in the 1nited States at the expenditure of me cent per ounce could transmit hit silver to the French mint and thin make three cents more per ounce that he could make by Laving it coined into American dollars Is It any wonder hen thut there were no more silver lollars coined in America than 8000 OOV IIt during that period the great jiiantity of silver that we transferred to France WOK doing duty and service 1111 monej in Europe nod was therefore elieving the strain upon gold equally IK much as If that silver were in cir illation in the United States Illinois state Register Object of Ilie Trust Trusts are organized to increase the power and profits of the trust Their bject iIs to fleece both the producers of the raw material they manufacture and thf consumers of their product They nay reduce prices to consumers while hey are rllnJcompetitoll to tho wllil But when their competitors are Isposcii of theywill tleece the people nmercifully Have Advanced Prier In every instance where a trust Ufa btolntc control of the marlati thql- Lan advanced prices to eouuAUt THE HARD COLD FACTS p Statement Are at a fartIMcKlnle net wltU Mutter of Itecord In his speeches in defense of hU Phil ippine war Mr McKinley Is giving point to the cynical observation that hlstor Is fiction agreed upon It is not a pica ant duty to correct uiisstatementK of facts made by the president of the Inited States but when n preslden takes the stump he cannot object to i that public criticism upon which the people rely to separate truth from ci rorIn his speech at Fargo X n Mr Mi Kinlcy sold We did not go to wnr until every effort at pewee was ex haustcd If true this statement would justif the war Infortunately it is not Ink DIe the president otTer to the Fillplnoi our accepted allies at Manila the term tad conditions which congress imMisei upon till I tilted States and held out tn the Cubans when it set about freeiti Cuba Did he assure the Filipinos That the tnltud States hereby disclaim any disposition or Intention to cxercli sovorelKiuy Jurisdiction or control Ofr said Island except for the paellleatlo thereof und asserts Its dtt nil 110 Ii whn that IH completed to leave the Kovernmer and control of the Island to Its people DOllS anybody doubt that if Mr Me Kinlcy had given this assurance to till Filipinos after the capture of Manil there would have been no war Wa not this an effort for pence which the president was In duty bound to make If he should Kite this assurance HIM Is there any reason to doubt that iIt would end the war The president him self admits that the leader of the in biirgcnt furors says to the Americai government You curt hate pence 1 If you will give us independence Woith nut such a termination of the troubl be more honorable and just more III accordance with American principles thirst to send an army of 05000 men to subjugate a people who after all an only lighting for their freedom as out forefathers did The cold truth is that alike in iii proclamation of December 27 and in tin subsequent proclamation of his rout missioners the president demanded tit unconditional surrender and submit siim of the Filipinos to the sovereign ty of the I nited States Never HIM elTort for place has he made by offer lug them even autonomy under a pro tectorate Hut Mr Mel inlcy said further in Fargo The Insurgent leader made ai attack upon our men tail then oui boys let loose If this were true it would justify shooting bark No American worthy the name wouldMigge whatever hit views of the merits of tilt main question thin our soldiers should not repel at lack lint till ollicial record contra licts tin president His own general tho one and only OtltIII his itlielnl report of the opening of hostilitlcr soldI Felt 4 1M c1Iring upon the Flllplnot rind i In killing of our of ihiin by UK Amer 1ctuts lemlliiK to return tint The clilrf In nirKftit loaderl did not wlh to open hORllll tlei at that tune Mr McKinley further says We never gac a bribe for peace in all out liistory and we never will Again this would be important iIf IIni Hut the presidents peace com luNsioiicr Mr Schurmiin reports that lie made a bargain or treaty with the tiiltan of Sulii agreeing fur the sake of peace and to secure the privilege nf Ilyiugour flag at the seaport to pay tit sultan iO a month and to nine of his chiefs 11111 mouth in addition to rccogniing slavery unit polygamy in his domains IIM established institu sinus Was not tthis a bribe for ponce and a very reprehensible and nasty bribe Is it tint incumbent upon a president of the Inited States when he hinds a Kind of political stump npeakerH to he particularly and scrupulously exact in Ids statements X V World tllcIairy 1oor luUIJ Observe liow logical the whole Ihll I ppl lit business Is lion truly typical Its of republicanism as interpreted by lanna The Filipinos who have rev dated our sovereignty are shot down vherever they are to he found On the lither hand we are to pay the sultan of iitlu an annuity to maintain his own overeignty which IK hateful and re oltlng to every Ameriian mind we neon of course every American mind vhich has not fallen under the influence or Ilannaism lint observe the beatitl ill inconsistency of Ilannaism 114 are ipholding our sovereignty in the neigh torhood of Manila with Hword and gun hot and shell In the Sulii group we ire paying the sultan to recognize our Sovereignty while maintaining JIII iwn supremacy and rye are enabling lim to perpetuate the the practice of lis monarchy concuhinnge and slavery In Luxon the policy in to shoot while ig loring the rights of matt whereas then it conies to the Sulu group it IU Icemed best to open a barrel and hereby auction and sustain the vile tens that iis found there Atlanta Con tltution President McKinley says we lore Iready acquired the Philippines Ycs very much nn u boy acquires a nrnclK nest when the angry swarm fights on him in resentment of Mil jiol cyof benevolent aMirriationNY world s S FACTS FOR FARMERa The lleraocrallc Lender Give Vt hrh e to Monte hard Me Truth la his speech nt Slgotirney la a few days ago William J Bryan speaking to the farmers sold No man who work a farm and tolls fox hi dally bread cold he can afford to Hup port the republican party and no man who lives In town can afford to support the re publican party You will sometime find the commercial elttMe arraying themselves against thi agricultural stases Irlnee Hlnmarcl made a speech to the farmers of German once He told them that they must Ntam together and protect themselves from the tola of a aoclety which producer nothlnj but laws You can talk to u llnancler In New York and he will tell you thnt n republican convention In ISM declared that this govern meat should be carried on by a businessman In the Interests of hti lncss men of the country You uk what lu business man unit find how narrow Is the difference IMI farmer it business man No be Just works lie begins In the morning und works ulI day lie Is not a business man The mar on the board of trade who huts on the price of that farmers wheatho IIs the buxlnciu tier tie is the otn to be considered In leg tslutlonUn believe In bimetallism and It should not take a farmer one minute to decide or which side lu stainls A attar dollar means low price low prices mean hurl tunes I ntvtr have claimed that I was a precocloui child I never have bragged of how urt In life I learned tblngx yet II can say that I cannot look hock to the time when I did not know that when one end of a teeter bound was up the other was down The 111 nil 1 iiuottlon IK Just the same When mono goes up property noes down The trust nuixtlon IIs one you are now thinking about tntll u yen rago no ripub lieu it had fver beard u repiibMnin leader de fend u trust but row you hear republican cud rtptibllcun pupas defend trusts You hear tWin soy there are good trusts and had trust and you must be very careful not to hurt the good trusts There N u tmnhei combination In this country Do yilu know tint lumber bus advanced tlvi dollars on u thousand feet The farmers an not on tit Inside of lids combination One branch of IndiiHtily after another IIi being controlled by these great aggrega tion of wealth I believe tbee trust art untagonlHtlc to every Interest of our gov eminent Ilemember the enormous cam piilgn fund collected from the corporutlonn In 1lIj This aggregation of wealth created the republican ndiiilnlMtrutlon und the rev publican party ttll now directed to obey the commandment Uemember thy creator In the days of thy youth People do not want N big army hl1 dc not want an Imperial policy 11e cannot uxcufie ourselves In this expanloinUellon on rullglotiii grounds when we go forth lo spread the libAxing of valvatlon out of bmMtlng shells We cannot say that clod- Is in it- t ifputillcun senator sold thud opened the door of the Philippines pushed us In chit shut the door When u man says that God sent him to notify tbu world that we are going to cross the occult to make wlave of people who are lighting for Iii Ir Inde pendence II think be laI ml taken I state to you lM my aplnlan that what lout wlnliec to Mpviik to the American people JIll will out choose Slark llnnnu for Ills1 muiitbplree PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS ilnnna appear to have shifted the Ieg pulling from liiiiinclf to the fedcnil jlllccholders St loulis Uepublic Mr McKiulcy falls to my any tthing about opening tIll mills when he strikes a town whose mills have been closed hJII trui t Omaha orldllcr uld President McKinley will be Iper trilled lo wield the trowel so long IIH Mark llatnia stud pick out the bricks before they arc put in place Albany Argus Senator Manna says that he is iredlted with saying u great many things thud he dill not say No doubt he has some cause lo Ilie urlcclIllIIlIt it illeveland Plain Dealer What President McKinley says ul lilt blessings of American expansion on the American continent is gloriously true lint it 1ms no manner of hearing min American expansion into the ciiKtcrn ictnlsphere St Lords Itepiiblic The republican party has not hen luted to deal with the trusts in the past xaclly as tilt trusts wished to be dealt with and Mr McKinleys neat In the whirl house is evidence of his faithful less to thc IIIIIIII1I11 Clty Times Over in Ohio republican postman ers tire KO strongly susHcted of tarn tering with the ollicial mail of thedcrn icratic state committee particularly an III Kill sheets of the various mantles hat order have bcen wired all county huinnen to fowllrnpClrtnllt documents ly express hereafter IVhtellog1eg IBter r CoMardlce is nut strengthand the cpuhllcan party IH not to be envied the osesslon of advisers who deem it a mart piece of political strategy to eave the currency question open fur Campaign purposes next year To rarty conspiratom of this stripe the anger of a panic or the likelihood of a inanclal upheaval ix of rumor moment ompared with the Importance of n po ideal victory Detroit Free Press President McKinley in his pari ng peech at Chicago tad Miincthlng to say about the ship building interests of the Inited States and he said more urge ocean steamers are under con tructlon in the Inited Stairs than ever store tint he dwelt UJKHI the fact that hip plant are being enlarged rind new HtabllshinentK are being projected Iet llanna bucking a bhipbuildlng ubiddy will attempt to force u scheme t rough congress requiring taxpayer to go down in their pockets and pay In the shape of subsidies millions annual I y to Jluntia shipping trust Th prc dent and Senator Hanna failed TO toner before the Chicago apeech NaU Mlle American r IIi T COURT ZTIQURTTL t- Mseae l of Its Abnarauie mn Ktklklteil At Ilnaal Hall und Concert The distinguished IHTHOII who lit tended the recent state concert kt Illicklnghain palace were required to observe n code of etiquette which hits existed at court since the earliest days Some of the etiquette In force nt royal balls and concerts IH very curious At state balls the appearance of the royal family is announced by the en trance of n number of gentlemen carry lug long court sticks The princess of Wales when prevent heads tin party and lit accordance with precedent es tablished hundreds of years n ultul vances with u naive faltering hesitat ing step It WlIlllt one of time balls in the reign of Tauten I that the custom originated That monarch was no pleased nt what he called the blending of timidity with childlike confidence that clmrnctcrleil till demeanor of his koni young wife as she entered the ballroom thnt lie de erred that this deportment should be constituted a purl of the court eti quetteThe etiquette at royal balls is rather severe All quadrilles and lancers lire expected to he danced in n stately and ceremonious manner mid certain It IIs tint In the earlier port of the ecnng all concerned comport themselves with Inimitable grittily but as the night grows apace the rule InI slightly rev laxedAt the royal concerts which are at tended by person of superiorh social pn shirr In there Invited Ito the halts the etiquette is also rigidly enforce1 and iever deviated hum Some of It presscM very hardly even on royalty itself hit Instance royal personage art expect ed to remain seated throughout tin concert a proceeding they must II nil extremely Irksome as the gilt chair used on these occasions are not only very small lint being placed with their backs to the orchestra prevent their occupants front seeing what In gulag on On this point for sonic reason nut easy to explain etiquette IIs more ion fldcralc with the guests who are al lowed to walk about whisper and even look nt the pictures or adjourn to tilt refresh mentt room The harrier which on Ithese occasions Is Introduced to separate tthe ii udleneti- rant the singers IIs regarded by tilt latter with tIll deepest aversion UK indicating the existence of a social lair tier between them Naturally a Unger like Adcllna Pattt with an Income of c l1IlItIO a year tioii riders hcrwclf till equal of most of thu gusts who listen lo her Hut till bon iill always lived rill a slate concert and is1 not likely lo Ihe removed One awful breach of etiquette Is to ask a question of nijy roynl personage who tidy condescend to address you Neither must you make any remark withoutI being 11It addressed The person who HO fur forgets himself or herself its to keep bin or hi r gloves On when spoken to IsI likely to receive a reprimand from the proper quarter later on and similar treatment would be meted out to the Illbred person who hard to quit the royal pncncc Lure being fnruitnllyihisirdssd Ciirloii tthough II nary appear Idicta Is one occasion when to cough Ihe iMiiiies a mailer of etiquette Suppose Hitlieocciisionnf a state hull tilt prince nf Wales ret ires to III smokingroom for a whiff A royal servant on these oc casions I Icexpected to scratch the door n member of Ithe royal family to shaku till haute hut all other persons sure injolncd to produce at Intervals gen the admonitory cough which IK tint al kvays audible Kven royalty Itself Is not shays ac pialntcd with its own customs When the quern accompanied loub Phlllppn to Kiou the vjnitors bunk was pro Iticed The French king us etiqiielto lemanded he should signed his ins Inc lit Urn top of the page lint etiquette In ervened and as It duns not allow her majesty to sigiI her name under jiny ither she loud to turn over tilts nil but empty page stud write her name on tho top nf the next one The ease with which the queen cv rirated herself from this contretemps so upKit tilt ciiKtnmary selfpofKChtlon if the duke of Wellington that lit itgiied his name In tit Ixiok Vegg Ington Iii out Mall Irlnee Conqueror The birth of a sou to the duche of Austu it IIK said was a great shock to the prlncesH of Naples which lists ln creased hervcryuaturalgrlefutherown hlldlesHnes Prince Aiuedco who by virtue of this chlldlcNMnesn IIn now In uccesnlou to the throne IM u small airhaired baby of about u year with more than the ordinary amount of babyish winning ways One duy the princess met the little chap In u corrl lor in his IlIlrMe u rill II She would have ivolded him UN usual but mix Khc paused with averted head he suddenly held out his fat dimpled urns and on the liti inlse of the moment she took him from the nurse while her eyes filled with Iturtl The little fellow laid isle lips on rush nf her lids stroking her cheek with both handx Sic gave a sob ami IIIK ever since been blx mont devotei Jave Chlcago Tdncillertthl When NOfltyh Cutest Money Ja opt to be tight VHU 01 non who upend most of 1111 tlttuI II5 V foousChicago Dally CI t 1 4 il in N y 9 4 dd + e It r k 1 5yt Y re i rk v r r c p t 1i 1I lff i IT 11t t tt t t 1 1tt Ifl i I p4r r p4I prr t 1 1 j Ii j f rt 1II II i i I The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Dlicorerer of SwampRootAt Work ia I Hit laboratory I There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because to decep byItheartkidneydlseuel j vance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack I tho vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell I Then the richness of the bloodthe albumen leaksI out and the sufferer has Heights Disease the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the new discovery IIs the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycent And dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free SWAmpRoot I Dr Kilmer tI Co Binghamton N Y and I mention this pap- erCOUNTYNEWS NOTES o jBQjrTo insure Iiti i rtinii AiimrresV poiideitci mint Ihi III lhll ntlicp by Monday nlIit of each week and that nearby on Monday morriini Our Cllfr14 Jill 1111 ell is nrt1 derelict in duty and wu want to say that henceforth they will not rccuivu paper except fur the week they liavo IHMVH loiter WI are dependent upon them for the news and when they rllil to ciini In their favori they put IIH to great I llIIIIlOII = = 7 I LANE NEWS J It KlkitiH luifl Ion on tho Blok ItHt for tho Innt WHole Mr nml Mrs D C Millor veiled tho KlkitiH brothers HUllllaII Thus Combs hits liMn Bik for Homy titnu and in no hotter I hiram Whismnn is building laauc Holloa u nicu hou80II JuiiioH A 80wIIIInndI son Taylor inndu a Hying trip to Campion last week JJ T1 iraham hna boon vory ill wiiieo tin tIntt lOt hutt is now on tho mund- JelT WillianiMI I who has boon eon iiliod to hisi hud with rlnu inn titn for two yunrs iis no hotter W II Govodon a salosman of ttho PHnoM jIroiiry Co punacd through Lano lust wouk tIrei Juno Old haitiof MorganI is visitingi her daughter I rHoDr1I lint ton of IUMO who hns boi n on tliosiok lintt Tho Uotnocratic party on Holly t had nn anvil1 nhootingI Ilast Thurn dltty night and tore 1 It IClkins 15 shotgun up Mrs1 HurryI Murphy of Morgan and Mrs Manda IHollon and son Kfttlmn of Lnn vifritodi Mrs Hobo of Loo county and roturnod lust Nvcok REM How to Prevent Croup Wo havo two children who are subjoct to nUncIo of croup Whim ovor an attack is coming on my wife givoa thorn Chamberlains Cough Romoily and it always prevents tho attack It is u houso hold necessity in thirf county and no matter what olso wo run out of it would not do to bo without Chamberlains Cough Remedy More of it is sold hero than of nil other cough modieinos combined I I M Nicklo of Nicklo Bron merchant Kicklcvillo Pit For galo by J1 T Day Druggist The iKiii of All ir 8 is noted for ita koon i htcltnr nu l distinct vision So aro tlio h who n SulhfrlnTHl JEgIoI ijuian IyELIO rut wlukI you ntyoH aorooyosoft any kind or granulated lids Sold by nil dealers nt 2fiX After lit year of honost toil it looks as though nil our work must spoil VITHOUT SALT TO SAVE IT Just walk up and 1ayt dollar down mid Ill bo u happy n1IUi i1 town I II IT CURE A COLD IN ONE PAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druaetsts refund money if it fails to cure 25c The genuine hall L B Q on each tablet Three Doctors IB Consultation From Benjamin Franklin When you are sick what you libe bet IIi to be chosen for n medicine in the first place what experience tell you IIs best to- hel chosen In the lecontl IInee what reason III e TheorY MJ UI bent Ii to be choien In I the I nt pliiee Itilt tr 11u can lCet Or In clinatlon lr Kxperitauu and Ir Utason to hold n consultation toccther theywill give you tin but advice that can betaken When you have o bad cold Dr Inclination would recommend Chamberlains Cough Ilomedy be cause it is pleasant and sifo to tnko Dr Experience would ro commend it because it never fails to effect a speedy and permanent cure Dr Reason would recom mend it because it is prepared on scientific principles and acts on natures plan in relieving time lungs opening the secretions and rotor ing tho system to a natural and healthy condition For smile byJ T Day Druggist If your horse or mule hnan lump bunch hone wpavino curb splint or any IlikeI ailmentI go to John M Rose and got a bottle of Quinns Ointment which will ro move tho obstacle tf Time Farm Journal is choko full of gumption and hUB the largest circulationI of any farm paper in thin world It is good everywhere We offer it for a short timei as a prize to advancepaying SII hHcri hrs toTiiB 1 1 KUAII a year ahead and tlw Farm Journal for time balance of 1805 and nilofI WOO 1001 1002 ind I100l uearly five years nilI I for the prie of our paper alone Lung IrritationI- H the forerunner to consumption Dr hells Pine lnr Honoy will cure It and give such strength to time kings that a cough or a cold will not settle thuro 2 V at nil good I rtigistLook In You Mirror Do you KCO npnrlclInK eyes n healthy tinted Akin n nwrct cxjrc lIlOn and n grace tnt form I These Attractions nro the result of good lienHh H thuy are absent there III tcarIy nIYny iionto tttiorder of tin Us tlnctly icnilnlno orjcnn nrctent Healthy menstrual organs mean health and beauty everywhere McEJRE S- Wine of CtdUi tnnkcs women bciutlfnl and healthy It ntrilcca nt tho root of nil their trouble There is no menstrual dis order ache or jmin which it will not cure It is for the budding girl tho busy wife and the matron approaching tryingII crisis n woman brings health strength nnd happiness It costs 100 of medicine dealers For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving symptoms S Tho Ladies Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tcnn MILS 11OZKNA IKVIS of Ocnnrlllp Toxntt pays I was truublnl at monthly IntervaL with trrriblraln In my head anti birk but have rcllevra by Wine of Cardul m JW ULnEEMD Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY S6ySurcorv nnd obstotricsn specialty 11 H BRYAN S IJCU N roil Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINGTON Y- Hair StoreWe IImv t in stock H full line of Unit Switch from lWt 110 fX Mi lh Wiu1 Curl nnd Putin PomtiKilwur and IKmjtire Ctnnlh nil tyloi of hair Pinli Oorxit nyd VnltiU lltttHl to the form HUinjied Linens st ndueod i rlco Silk at ihrco 3i cenU j or skolu COIOKINK for ulinni lnu the hair to uy shade te Orders by mail will receive prompt attention MRS MAt KETCHUM- Uppir anti Church Sts Lcxngton Ky Fine FarmI POE SAIlEr 0 Having determined to locate at another point I offer for sale at private contract my farm near Salem Morgan county Ky containing 8 acres10 ncrco of which Is timber land of goo qualityOn place iis a modern 5 room resi dence mid nil necessary outbuilding a never failing well of fine water a store room 11x24 fpot with full length ware room along side AN ORCHARD of 40 Young Trees representing ccveral varieties of fruit is now in bearing and a source of revenue A Church and School adjoin the premixen and the neighbor hood iis unexcelled for good behavior sobriety etc slooooo WILL BUY IT and the terms be made to suit I any reasonable purcnnHcr F M LONG or SPENOEIl COOPER Hazel Green Ky O Ij I5ARRIOfl+ Attorney cuiLcuuj CoirKtmoxs A SPECIALTY AND Ri- TUKSS IUOMITIY MADK 151 W JirrrusoN STUKKT LOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor Iiy Hnzul Ircen d DTI G K- hi II tit ut f IIThe Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIOI 250000CURE- DWECURE EMISSIONS I Nuttillt iziii IIo 1Olft lelllurnliallllCI resStll t lreJlellculirodoro wpnknoM norvotiflncj n cHilI r of ilIIgtit ninl n iliol J IImlnof rrinptmnf ta I They iinfil n man fur hiinliici married 1 I llfo nndI raciali hni lncr No mutter 1 I c whether cnmcil by evil Imtitt In youth L I nntimilTriiiknoiior reximl rxcwfc ourH t New Method rcatuicnl will ultlvelyV curujiu P NO CURENO PAY V limiter you need help DnrlynlnifoorL t 4litter ciciioi inny havn noikcnctl you r Kxt OfiirO lunv havo dUonnl you on LI 1ZOtP1fu till rurml Our Now Method Q wlllciuo juu You run tii IIihk- c D c 250000 CURED 14IIIg Mniitoit nn Inll feeble c iiil hllr nrd iiervotin Irfitnhlo nnd ox Lacttnble Yoi liccnino fiitsilfid mom T 111111 4le5iw1IIlct hlutrllc 11141 ni tiles 4 KJ 4 Iol04llllnlrllrllli tho blijht of your elaten- ctWECUREVARICOCELE J Jfo mntlT lioir rorlons your cnso may 1 IIn irhir llmiv iu wy him hnd itonrliNKV MKlIIOD1 I TUHATMUNT will I euro It Tlia wormy clnn return their I t iKniml conditian nnd hence tit niiiiripistStrl uunntund drulnt or I Iito IIIH I I wiitil lowers rotnrn No temporary I jj4 Iwiieill lint n iipnnnnrnt euro II lIrlII fi NO IHK NO 1AY NO OlKKA nON NKtlsMlY NO DirilN 17 J 1IOS 1UOM JliUNi r fe CURES GUARANTEED Wtl Wn trcnt nnd cur SY Ill IIMHIt Vll1in HMIbSIONs IMlOihMYrIJsTUJffrUK VAKUOCCLi SKMI IA AJ NAt LOASKS 1IIADIIKK AVCH lUll N tXtttetic Co N H U Ll TlONi k1 VHKK HOOKS FUKH CIIA1U1KS t MUDKIIATK IfI mmlilo to rail wean j1LOMEjI 10DRSI KENNEDY KRGAW- ri i 122 W FOURTH ST ft CIHCINNAT O tai d A KAhll IIHIl ATTORNEYatLAW HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice In tile courts of Wolfe and the ndnilne counties and nttond promptly to nil collections entrusted to him Anrono cnitnt n sketch nnd ilMcrlpti n nIt onlckly art un our opinion tTfi whether nn tiiTiMillou Ufr n1yjwtontflhlt C nluunlA tiimtiirtirp nOJcitlrl ltunJhiikrn IntenU KiMitfriH tllost nscney foriecuritiaixitentr 1Htinti takrn turouuh Slunn A Co rcc t7c tptttal nntut without cUarco In tbo SIF3ll1c Jl i1erleatt A hnndnomclr IHnstrixtPd weekly Ijtrsesl ttr rnlatlnn of nny nrlemttRo journal Term ft a ywr tour month fI Solclbjrall nowndmlors LJN Co361Dady Ynik llroach O3cx 24 K SU Wnshlncton P O VllSKMTCIupeiUII Sao hilts Su prlutiut nt HKUAM oUlco SEND NO MONEY mTI 5 we will end nu D QtAOEPiar cAimiT IOBDICI stwma MACHIHC ky rrtgtCODiJctIl- U You ea ciftmln It at you DMreit frclKbt depot aiul It roM pfU7 ulhtuC1lJadl sa rprrnted sq2 is whta tbt itH- U IIt II UOOO aDd TilE iiKAraT BAtuUlI JOt InulWula SpecIal Oiler Price 1550 and freight cbaryc Marblo weigh iso ClaM nd tile frtfsrbt will rgThcentatorec5bOomfln GIVE tr TNII1 NORTH 1lAlt- n1OGfollomland ww1IIiurnynurul5Uaay uaoo are aol 111 aM va4ust erIanIasst 50 1000 ill oo ItIOOSdUP all fuUr dcnerlbftl in oar rrw ftntef M U Cl1gM bet SRI 10 for thi 6uur DUE CUUR BCBOICK l IIHaIl vIUS ever srsby SR7 k BEWARE OF IMITATIONS =cieataloffennil at SIiUDder artOUlIIDIH With iifti a- Wilil I fr Ia tlki i4 Iw w rrtIbl aodw ur tTry BonikX IsritnTUJEvr BURDOCKTHE GOOD ruUTOV ITKUl 11IGII Ln rem the belt mattrial non h jjWI4DONorAddress SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc Chicago III OYLAME HORSES sb CURED c9- wwvuwuwuwwuuww nmtheebst r DIAMOND FOR A DCLLR A Limited Special Offer Which Will Last for Ton Days Only Genuine Pomona Diimiondi liitve a world wide reputation It in almost iinpiiNsible to dItiiiKuli tinin from ueutiliu diamond costing hnndredft nf dollMrx each They are worn hy tIll ltent people We will for ward a ciKStiNK 1OMOXA DIAMOND mounted IIn n lienvy rinir ruin or stud to nny iiddreM upon reculptof lurielO0 lIch HnrriiiKH Kertw or drnp fll trhair HiiiK settings lire IIIIIII one continuous piece of thick shelled gold nnd are warranted nut to tiirnifili Speei I combination oiler for ten dayn onlylI Kiuir and stud sent to address upon receipt of1d0 Send for cata logue In oiderinv rang give finger ineimure incut llv uxiiiK n piece of dtring also full particular Addrenu plainly Tin 1OMONA CO 11811183 Broadway New York Your tuxoH are due and must ho paid now So please I all and settle ird save trouble an I am compelled to collect H F PlKUATT D S Ilellable person of a mrcbnlcal or InTentlY mind dritrlnffatrrptotria 1nrln Kxpotltlou witS good aalarr and zwipiId should write The JLATKMT RECORD Baltimore Md YOUR MAIL ORDERS For nn7tlilig nud everything lu the line of IKUfS srXDHIES TOI1KT AHT1 CLIW IKUrUMKS SOAPS TOHACCOS CIUAKS nnd Prescription Siieclnltien will be promptly filled by us Vritu us when you enut find what you wnnt in votir own stortH JAM K COO 110 It Dru ist 6113 lKXINOTON KY indte drtJ3E t- tt WINCHESTER KY N H WITHEUSPOON President Jl n HUNTKK Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Ilittik BollcitH the uccounts of mrr chants fnrmcrs traders nail business tutu generally throughout Kastern Kentucky and offer its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octlSly CARTERDRYII GOODS IMIORTPnS AND DRALRRS IN J T oW I AND NOTIONSLOUISVILLE KY Reference T Taylor Day Hazel Green J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale nut Retail denier in General Merchandise Lumber Real Estate c Also Prosldput Hazel Groon Fair and Driving Park Association and the Farmers Exuhnngu U C ROB1WSCW- n QF BEATTYVILLE KY 1 lWITII Rt XUThliErnoiiuuTon Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works 5 LOUISVILLE KY Your patronage is respectfully solicited J- SOLID 11 QUARTER SAWED OAK CAIINtTumluti1l uliowscloet1etgU de the otberopen with full length 1ble and hud In Paetllj I IADeIe4I5 djeitabte teredle genuine Smyth troD teid yi IHIII1ItI DD osittve tour motion feed reif threading ibretthg Shuttle au u winder lbldJustable bearinti ratn tension llberatortmpro ptntdreesgurnkUdIDtetUe iad CUARANTEED IhsIlthtitrnla stdribl 1 ilt sd a hi attubl I ourmar tenty work A fOon HI41 Oall nUIlf1STS YOU NOTHING aeIIac1IfOmpareuhne your stottktietuer nUt ir CURBS SPLINTS SPAVINS WINDPUFFS and tUl enlargements absolutely rcmoTrd b- yQUINNS I OINTMENTIthusthetinqualfledendorsementoour Vjfi Ithusthetinqualfledendorsementoourflu Stn C IL DiXEtunT CaiMtr Stat Aint I IatonMtnna7 I Onll bottle cured s very bed ee of blood iptrla fI1 Wt katf Ai jJndt ofiutlt Itilinoniati oeDruggistf rornlpt of pelt Aildmi W tI rOOT A to ntlikil L T- wwmvwwuwwwwuw FRED J HENT- ZJllllIaOtllhill JOICE DKAIKI IN Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds SILVERWARE OPTICAL GOODS Solid Gold and Silver Medali and Class Pins BTUnoxcelled Repairing Facilities 115 Yo Unhl trfllt LEXINCTON KY Price List for Watch and Clock Repairing Cleaning Watch American make 1JQ 1 du Old English Lever 200 Main Spring uo Cleaning Clock Anier 8 tiny 125 41 4 Trench make 350 4 II Nlckle nlnrin style 80 Maui nping in clock Ainer mnke lWI II French nmke 3W Mending soltlerirg I told Snerfnclfd 25VI Steel 25e IIccorlliugtoNew pins fitted into lirnorhrn pinn ISe GIVES SIHENOThI tS AND YIBOR I3o Days TrialTli inurvcloiiK pDivnr oxnrtivl by my mectrle Bell nnd AitlmnriK InitiictH mo to oUr It to eoltirm wlUe1II1Ii who hln hnUnllholr ftomncln with drurt I want thorn I xtrtt1 Itioir jutlIlulnt nulut ennldtr thai I Wcctrlclty IIn tlm KnaU t noire r on earth Ill s lF on curr i t tit hn unil fnrco laW whatever II 57SNtwrletnndDetttfautJtrly loiIV SIght IWHCM Uirk of Norvo Fore U I iir Nut om Dchilitr umlovnloptment and uM YtIfcilitr y u Uliy not liavo fultb mlt now b- ntWIjI 11 voi lO I AYunit tut is 1111111 i rtultzo WIlT I hnvo uclt couddlEl hIlt IK M tiut it to you ON Till A I WritS todnt top Illu trat il Pamphlet with refer nce und e1p14 tcftlmoniil Sinit freo In plain nealed envelope lnveRtIto MlcIIt J KE HARTFIELDI Ileniliiuiirtnrii Mt Sterling Bj 1tgIltRSI- TSCUCCENHEIIVPER CO LYNCH HUKO VA i Importers nnd Jobbers of Dry Good NOt lions nnd Fancy Goods We miinuiactnrl the well known HKATSALL Pantiwl Overalls 1 IIIlour orders until vouitl him tIYII PATENTS FRE17targra TRADEMARKS DESIGNS J AND COPYRiGHTSOBTAINED I I AddretsEDC I f iL 9 l 11l4JJ1 Te Bluegrass urserie AhullIrapes Small Fruits Asparagus SnrBP i 1lilt In such an cstftu fT1II0utJ jaUlogue on application to x- itPHILLlSNMEYBR J Telephone 279 Ixmington MS Money to patent Rood idcns way be secu hour aid The Patent Record DulLhn Std p 3 A- 55jt w f 5 t I 4 r 1